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Thread: My PP work in progress quilt

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    Beautiful fabrics. Wish I could be that patient.

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    I'm making a table topper out of the hexagons. It's not going together as I hoped. I doubt I'll do another. Yours is very pretty tho

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    wow that is stunning.
    God Bless you all.
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    Turned out wonderful, great job and thank you for sharing.
    Have a Blessed day
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    Great fabrics, definitly a work of love. Good luck to you for finishing this quilt.

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    Love it. Elegant, romantic.

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    Beautiful. Therapy for some, but some would need threapy after completing this. Great Job!!

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    What a wonderful garden of flowers! Just love them!

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    Looks like a beautiful flower garden. Love it.

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    Beautiful! I made a small pot holder - I admire you for the undertaking of a quilt!
    This too shall pass.
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    Just love your quilt, which brought back memories of my grandmother and her flower garden hexagons which my mother and I cut the hexagons for her from old blouses and desses from back then. Thanks for showing.

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    What a beauty. Wonderful use of so many florals. And look at the result. Nicely done.
    Quilting Makes Me Happy...

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    It is a beautiful garden of flowers. It'll be lovely when it is all finished. Thanks for sharing.
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    Love the fabric, wonderful work!!

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    I love the all the flowers. It is a beautiful quilt and I know so much work is involved.

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    Awesome !!!

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    I started on of those quilts about 30 years ago. It is still bot finished. I know it is a lot of work.
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    Really pretty You must be extremely patient. Keep it going and let us know how it turns out. I've only done a pinchusion with that pattern...was nice, but, after that I decided I'd NEVER do a quilt. sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by homecaregiver View Post
    Here is a picture of my long time work in progress quilt using English
    paper piecing. Hope you like it and I will be happy when it is done. Still a long way to go.

    Attachment 361179
    it so pretty...i am learning epp...i'm doing grandmothers flower garden...what size are your hexagons...

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    Beautiful!
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    It's looking great......................

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    WOW I'm a little late, but your quilt will be GORGEOUS!! And from what I can see,the one under it looks great too.

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    Absolutely gorgeous! I love all the floral prints!
    What a masterpiece!

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    This quilt is going to be gorgeous. I love the all the different florals it it. Can't wait to see it finished

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    It's absolutely beautiful.

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