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Thread: Most of my 2018 finishes

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    You have been busy. All the quilts are great. It's interesting how they all look so different. Now it's going to be hard to find something to do for an encore! But you really don't need one...you've really done nice work on these.
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    You have such a unique perspective on quilting and you have your own style of doing it. I think your quilts are wonderful! Great job!

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    You are a very creative and productive quilter. I haven't done any stacking cuts, but your results are super.

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    The tie dye panels are what I used to make the black / bright octo quilt.
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    love the tie dye 'heart" quilt with the bright pink, blue. green, yellow and orange. Would love to have a better explanation of how you made it.
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    Sonic screwdrivers, fez, bow ties, and Stetsons are cool.

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    Kassaundra, what beauties! You are so talented !!!

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    Love what you did on the frozen cubes!.

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    Frozen dresdens are beautiful. But 24 blades each? You must have the patience of a saint!

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    Your talents are amazing!! LOVELY quilts!

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    My you have been busy. You are very talented. Love em.
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    Love them all! Wowzer!

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    Fantastic Quilts, Kassaundra! I remember seeing the Frozen Kaleidoscope when you were working on it, but missed the others. Love the fringed bindings- would love to see a tutorial on how you did those.

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    My mouth is hanging open! I started with thinking, wow! Then whoa then goodness!! Those are beautiful! If we were closer I'd be living at your house asking for lessons!! The fringe idea was genius!! Thank you for sharing ! Think I'll look at them again!

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