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Thread: My newest textil-basket

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    Senior Member tothenci's Avatar
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    My newest textil-basket

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    A very beautiful basket. Love it.
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    Love the texture and design. Nice job.
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    so do I. Great job.
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    love it...very interesting!

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    very, very nice. it's a great way to show off the quilting.
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    gorgeous work on your basket, I love the look of it.
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    Brilliant work.
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    Very nice! I love the technique you use to weave the yellow thread into the furrows. What presser foot are you using to create the rows??
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    Great job, very nice
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    That's so great! Did you have a pattern or did you design it yourself?
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    Your basket is superbe well designed and the little added embellishments are the final touch .

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    Consider yourself an artist!
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    Wow! Love it.
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    Lovely basket. Great work on it, too. I'm glad you showed the quilting close up.

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    I love the textures. The pictures are great. Thanks!

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    you did a wonderful job

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    That is so cute.... would make great Easter Baskets... Lots of detail and work went into that.. wow

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    What a really sweet basket. Very artsy! Well Done! Luann
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    It is my favorite method.See my previous work.Name:  IMGP0480.jpg
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    Love your work!

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    Is that NEAT or what?? I like it.

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