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Thread: More Bargello Scene's

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    Thought you'd be interested in other bargello's I've done...Give you new idea's
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    Those are so neat. I would never had thought to make it that way. Love them

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    Very cool!

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    very neat :-)

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    Love the one with the cats on the beach

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    Those are really interesting quilts. Nice job.

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    This are so clever! They will make me look at fabrics with an eye to new possibilities. I especially like the fireworks quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose_P
    This are so clever! They will make me look at fabrics with an eye to new possibilities. I especially like the fireworks quilt.
    That's my fabric also...So much I made a few as gifts...

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    Lovely, I don't think I've seen these strips done so well. Love it and thanks for sharing.


    Blessings, Ruth

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    those are so cool

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    Awesome, great job!

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    oh wow, that's such a cool idea! I can see a lot of table runners like that in my future! Thank you so much for the inspiration!

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    Those are very intestesting and unique. Thanks for sharing.

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    they all tell a wonderful story = Nice :!:

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    A friend just gave me a book on scenic bargellos. I really am getting to like them more and more. They are so fascinating. You did a fabulous job on putting them together. They look like works of art!

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    You have that technique mastered for sure! Great scenes!

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    beautiful work!

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    They're all nice but the cats are just charming. Great work.

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    They are really great and what a lovely, different way of doing bargello. You have inspired me!

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    Very pretty :D:D:D

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    sew cute

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    Awesome. I love them. Thanks for posting them.

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    Those are really neat!

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    These are terrific! Wow .... you are really "on a roll" with these! Everyone of them is creative and fun to look at. I am thinking of getting the "Instant Bargello" book by Susan Kisro, since I would like to try making some of these bargello landscapes. If it is as easy as you say, I'll offer to teach it at one of our member-taught workshops that our quilt guild has twice a year. To my knowledge, no one has done this yet in the guild.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nita
    These are terrific! Wow .... you are really "on a roll" with these! Everyone of them is creative and fun to look at. I am thinking of getting the "Instant Bargello" book by Susan Kisro, since I would like to try making some of these bargello landscapes. If it is as easy as you say, I'll offer to teach it at one of our member-taught workshops that our quilt guild has twice a year. To my knowledge, no one has done this yet in the guild.
    Just finished making a Lap quilt with the Faux Monet....When I say it's "SEW SIMPLE" I mean it....And the classes I've given to beginners and advanced love it because you can actually finish a top in a matter of a couple of hrs....It's just FUN work and you get to use your imagination in creating your own scenes...

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