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Thread: my horse quilt

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    Very nice......

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    Wow, that is so nice!

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    beautiful, interesting look might have to add it to my todo list

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    Fabulous quilt! Thanks for sharing.
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    Very pretty quilt!
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    Looks great to me! 8-)
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    It is beautiful.

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    Very nice. Pattern comes from a gal in Alaska. I bought the kit for a friend who loves horses.
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    OMG, this is so beautiful. My friend who absolutely love this; she is sooooooo horse crazy. Very well done. Thank you for sharing.
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    Its beautiful like how you sashed it great job!
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    I am getting ready to make a horse quilt for my neice, this would be perfect! Please what is the name of the pattern so I can find it?

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    I love it! Of Course, you know I'm in love with horses. Really though, nice job!!
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    dito love the way you did the horses.
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    It is a beautiful quilt. Looks like you resizing worked OK.
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    I don't know how much you needed to resize but you did an excellent job. All together quite the lovely quilt.

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    I have that same fabric! Now I have somewhat of an idea as to what to do with it but it won't be intricate like yours. Your quilt is beautiful.

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    Very pretty. You did a great job.
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    like this a lot, great job . I have had that border fabric for years,dont know what to do with it

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    Neat. Thanks for sharing. BrendaK
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    great looking quilt. Love horses.

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    Wonderful! That pattern was perfect for your fabrics.

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    That is a very nice quilt.
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    Good job (and I love horses!!!)
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    I love this pattern
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    I think that is great what you are doing with the center. It breaks it up really nice.
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    Looks like you are looking out a window for sure and they are all over the pasture, wow great job
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