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Thread: My first mystery quilt

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    Smile My first mystery quilt

    I made this mystery quilt for the guild I belong to. The theme was "Civil War" and we were to use our scrappy fabric along with the blue fabric that came with the directions. Thanks for looking.
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    ​Very neat pattern!

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    You did an awesome job!

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    nicely done
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    Really nice work!!!

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    That is a very interesting design. I've never seen it before.
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    I love the pattern and the use of scrappy fabrics.

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    I love the pattern, too - never seen it before! You did a great job!

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    Nice quilt. Was this constructed string block or spiderweb block style?

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    Very nice job and thats a great pattern !

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    Very nice quilt but what caught my eye first was your Texas needlework on the wall. Love it. Can you guess where I am originally from?

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    Very nice job.

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    Your Texas picture caught my eye also, because I did it years ago in counted cross stitch. It is hanging in my office.
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    Love the pattern! Cool looking quilt.
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    oh my, nice patt.

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    Awesome quilt.

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    Great job! Nice use of color placement!
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    I did the string block style.

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    very neat pattern!!!!
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