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    Beautiful quilts. Great 3-D effect. Love the colors in the teal and graphite quilt.

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    I so agree , the sashing kicks up the D9P several notches. Is there any way you could take a full picture of it and send it to me in an IM. I do not know how to follow along since they changed the format. Either way both quilts are wonderful and I know you are very proud of them both...



    Quote Originally Posted by dunster View Post
    Your quilts are beautiful. Are you going to try longarming again? Is that really a D9P? I guess it's the sashing that gives it such a wonderful design. I love the way it's laid out.

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    Both are really great!! Love the colors. Did you fmq or use a panto? If a panto, which one? Your quilting is great, too

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    Lucky kids, all of them. Both quilts are beautiful.
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    Both quilts are beautiful. Not sure which I like better. OK I LOVE then both. You all did such a great job on them. Your assistant will go crazy over hers and Your son is sure to love his. BrendaK
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    they are beautiful!!!
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    i love the first quilt! i so need to find a pattern for that ive seen it a few times and it always amazes me. as far as the d9p, i think that is the PRETTIEST one i have ever seen!
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    I like the first one best of the two. Your quilting is great.

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    Both are lovely. Love D9P, but that first one with its dimensional look--well it's no wonder you fell in love with the pattern. Stunning. You have been busy with very satisfying results.

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    Lovely quilts-nice colours.
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    wow! especially love the d9p...beautiful quilting on it. is the motif your own design or, if not, could you tell us the name of it? you've done a wonderful job!

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    Both quilts are wonderful. Was the first one hard to do?

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    Love the pattern. It looks 3-D. Came out beautiful!

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    Beautiful quilts!
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    really like them both. great job. what talent.

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    They are both beautiful, congratulations on a job well done

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    Like both quilts very much - looks like the second quilt that is pictured (the paisley) is really reversable. What a super wedding present!
    Jan

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    You did good work.

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    I actually did it without a pattern. It wasn't difficult as it is a half log cabin (sometimes called a quarter log cabin). I took a photo of a quilt in CO and just studied it. I have done log cabins before so this was not hard. Thanks for your kind words.
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    Fantastic quilts! You do wonderful work!

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    beautiful!

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