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Thread: My "disappearing" snowball quilt, so glad its back from LA

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    Beautiful quilt!!!

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    Beautiful quilt and quilting

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    very nice.... love your color combo...bj

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    Your quilt is so lovely!

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    Great job.

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    What great colors and pattern...great quilting too.

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    love the name LOL!. i didnt see the snowballs until i looked at the closeup. :) Lovely quilt :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldswimmer
    This is now ready for the binding, but thought I would share a picture. I call it "disappearing" because I didn't have enough contrast in my snow balls to really make them stand out. A lesson learned about contrast for me! LOL! I think it makes it look more like an Irish Chain. Several of the fabrics are Jo Morton, and the others were Old Sturbrige Village line ( I think the very first one) Now to make some matching pillow cases!

    This is a quilt that seemed to take forever! mainly because my long armer (friend) had it for such a long time. Wont go into that because my post would be deleted by admin. Thanks for taking a peek!
    I THINK IT TURNED OUT SUPER GREAT.

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    wow..the quilt is great...

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    What a beautiful quilt, you did a fantastic job. and the quilting is beautiful.
    GOD bless.

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    Beautiful! Unique designs in the quilting.

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    It is lovely.

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    I liked how it all came together. Great colors too :-D

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    very nice

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    I think it is pretty. Love the quilting.

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