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Thread: My bug quilt top and back

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    My bug quilt top and back

    Thanks to all that sent bug fabric, I have attached the front and back. Maybe tomorrow I will get a chance to put it together. Thanks again, Michele ( emt2004)
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    So bug-tastic! Very cute use of bugs. Who knew bugs could make a cute quilt?

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    that is a very nice quilt love the way you did your quilt
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    Very cute. Looks like bugs in the sand. You do know that one of the bugs is getting away, right. Really cute idea. BrendaK
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    That came out cute. Cute idea to let one "escape"! Thanks for sharing.
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    That is so cute, I made a bug jar quilt and gave it to my gds pre-k teacher a few years back and she stay hangs it up each year she says the kids just live it ,mine was a peiced block,yours looks like you app them on I didn't think of that ,it is really cute ,good job

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    Sorry bout the spelling ,iam on my phone and didn't have my glasses on

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    Sew cute!!!!
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    That is neat. Never seen one made like that before.

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    Such a cute way to do a bug quilt! It's going to make somebody very happy!
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    Love the way you "hid" the bugs - Great Job !
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    Really cute!!!!!!

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    That's such a neat idea to applique the jars onto the quilt back! I'll remember the spilled one whenever I make another bug quilt.
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    That turned great! Really CUTE!!!

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    What a great conversation quilt! Fun!

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