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    STUNNING!!! X 2

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    U R AWSOME

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    wow i love the cubes those are great

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    Thank you so much for posting your pictures of these quilts they are both exquisite. You don't like challenging piecing too much do you? ;) :lol:

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    Talented! :thumbup:

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    These are outstanding! I would like to have the pattern for the lone star but could only find a book by the name "reach for the stars" but it is a pattern book of mariner compass'. Can you tell me the designers name? Thanks

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    Niceeeeeeeeeeee!

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    Both of your quilts are beautiful. They must have taken you a long time to piece, but the finished product was worth it. Thanks for sharing.

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    Beautiful!

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    WOW!!!
    Both are truly awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Absolutely Beautiful!!

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    Inspirational quilts. WOW!! I absolutely love both of them.

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    Those are amazing!!

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    Both are beautiful! I'm fascinated with the Hollow Cube.

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    thanks for all the kind words, these are the first of my quilts that I have posted. I so like quilts that just look difficult, but really are not.

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    WOW! How many pieces are in your "lonestar" quilt? I have the pattern for your cubed quilt but haven't attempted it yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammyto2
    I have had several requests to post larger pictures. The name for this quilt is reach for the stars. I named it lone star on steriods. Mostly Kansas troubles fabrics, was longarm quilted by me. The second quilt is one of my favorites, Hollow Cube.
    Color me Jealous. I'm in love. Me on steroids still couldn't do that. lol

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    Oh well, what can I say !! Both are just gorgeous

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    I don't know how many pieces this was but I do know it took me several months. Do not be afraid of the hollow cube block, it is really quite easy, just piece triangles and sew into rows. I don't have a design wall and had quite a time keeping my puppies from running across the pieces on the floor.
    Quote Originally Posted by indycatcarol
    WOW! How many pieces are in your "lonestar" quilt? I have the pattern for your cubed quilt but haven't attempted it yet.

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    BEAUTIFUL QUILTS

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    The second one is my favorite! You did a great job on both of them! :)

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