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Thread: My "derecho" lap quilt

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    I love the yellow accents you added. Made the quilt pop. Very nice quilt. I really like the colors.
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    It's great! I like the changes you made. I think it turned out perfect.

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    I love the fact that you changed the binding and the narrow yellow border. The added yellow makes the other yellows 'pop'.

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    it is a very pretty quilt. What is a derecho?

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    very nice. The yellow sets it off.
    Hope all is going smoothly for you again.
    trying, trying, trying, to finish one thing before I start another!!!

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    Very pretty-love the border!
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    Very nice quilt! As much as I love them, I don't think I could work on a quilt in 102 degrees!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    Beautiful quilt. You did a fantastic job considering the handicap you were under. We were without power for eight days and I couldn't begin to concentrate on doing anything like you've done. Absolutely great!!!

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    Love everything about it, looks like a picture out of a magazine.

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    Way too hot to put on a binding. The quilt is absolutely gorgeous
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    Lovely! Thanks for showing.

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    I'd say you definitely made lemonade out of lemons. Beautiful quilt and I like the yellow.

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    Wow, that is beautiful
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    Pretty quilt! Love the yellow accents too!
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    Great use of time with no power. Hope you have it back now.
    Jojos Nana, Carol

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    what a fun quilt and a memorable one!

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    Very nice! Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erstan947 View Post
    I love the cream/yellow accents. Beautifully done. There is something about a porch, rocker and a quilt! Love it!!
    Ditto! Love the light color fabric you added.

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    This quilt looks right at home on your porch and I like the color combo very much. Great job

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    Absolutely gorgeous! Love the colors and the design!

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    Ooooooh, I love it. So pretty.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I love the yellow border and binding. A quilt, rocker on the porch all that is needed is a good book and a glass of lemonade.

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    beautiful quilt!!!! you did a nice job!
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    thanks for sharing. It's beautiful. I can't imagine being able to do anything in that heat let alone bind a hot quilt. You must be one determined lady. I mean that in a good way :>)
    jean

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    It is beautiful!!!!

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