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Thread: My Poppies on the Boulevard quilt

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    very pretty quilt you did a great job.

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    Wow! That is so lovely!

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    Stunning quilt! You did lovely work.

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    Stunning!

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    You should look for another longarmer.I made a queen quilt of 12 squares, 12 by 12 in. The bottom of the square was pieced baskets and the top was filled with 3-deminsional flowers. The longarm quilter did a fabulous job of intricut quilting and the flowers did not suffer at all. If you look for someone who will quilt your beautiful, you will have a great keepsake.

    Gloria

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    So pretty. I love the ribbon

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    How beautiful your poppies came out! It sounds like it became a long process, but the results are screaming it was well worth your efforts. They look so real!

    The simplicity is divine in this quilt.

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    You did a fantastic do on this.

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    You did a fantastic do on this.

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    Oh thats beautiful, glad you showed a close up. Great job.

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    Oh, they look so dainty! I love poppies! Great job!

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    This quilt is gorgeous. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    An amazing quilt!

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    Oh, so pretty!!! :-D

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    Very elegant! A thought can you take the poppy part off and then have the quilt quilted. Afterwards sew the poppies back on.

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    It wouldn't help.My stems are cording and I sewed them into the seam.There have been several longarmers on this board who are willing to take on the challenge so when I can I will send to one of them.Everyone on here is so helpful, I love all the input you receive here

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