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Thread: My First Stack & Wack

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    I took a class for this quilt , The instructor did not think my material would work, it was different size blocks, but I think it turned out OK.

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    I think it turned out GREAT! My favorite colors. Good job.

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    I like it and the colors are mine too.

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    That is one gorgeous quilt ! I love it !

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    Beautiful job on a beautiful quilt! Really like the way it turned out.

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    It turned out great!

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    It turned out better than OK!!!! I bet that instructor learned something from you that day.

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    Turned out great, you did a good job. I've learned not to listen when some ppl tell me something won't work. I'm one of those trial and error kind of quilters. Just cause it won't work for someone else doesn't it won't work for me. I think your choice worked great.

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    I think it looks just fine.. good Job.. :thumbup:

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    I LOVE it! Glad you didn't totally listen to your instructor...

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    I like it very much. The colors work and it's well made. Your instructor was wrong! Good job. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueDor
    It turned out great!
    :) :) :)

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    Very pretty. Just goes to show that we need to listen to our inner quilter and not what others may think. The colors are so calming.

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    very very nice

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    I am glad that you didn't listen to the instructor! I love it :D:D:D

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    Nice Lynn! You are always CREATING!!

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    I don't know what your instructor was thinkin.. beautiful quilt.. very pretty..

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    How nice! I love the blue and yellow combination you used. Very french country.

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    Listen to that interquilter. You made a great choice.
    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Always think outside the box & be original. Anybody can make one like the directions say or the instructor says, but the uniqueness of one with a slight of even major variation...now that's a quilter artist. I think this one is better than great because it's your design.

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    It looks very pretty. :-)

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    Very pretty, you sure proved her wrong.

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    It looks beautiful to me, Glad you did not listen to that instructor. Blue and pale yellow are always a great choice of color combo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lauriejo
    Very pretty. Just goes to show that we need to listen to our inner quilter and not what others may think. The colors are so calming.
    i totally agree :thumbup:

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    Looks like it turned out just fine to me!!! :thumbup:

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