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Thread: My teal and black insanity quilt top.

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    Your determination is as awesome as your quilt! Great job!
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    looks great from here. can't see mistakes from a moving horse>

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    you did an excellent job

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    I like it and truly appreciate the time it took you to do this the "old fashioned way." Makes us appreciate our modern conveniences!
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    Beautiful quilt, can't imagine doing it the way you did. You are brave!

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    Gorgeous, I love short cuts and perfect. Sound like you learned your lesson about not using shortcuts. hehe
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    Love your quilt! The colors are just beautiful!

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    Just insane, I'm tellin' ya.

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    Yup, it screams for strip piecing, or somthin'.

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    Oh, I am going to try to quilt it on my sewing machine. While I rest my thumb from hand quilting an old top for a customer. Yep, crazy as usual.

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    What a beauty!

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    It's really beautiful and I admire you for taking on the challenge.
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    A dightful quilt with terrific color choices! Love it.
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    It looks great from my chair! I don't think I'm up to that kind of challenge so I applaud you!
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    Your quilt is beautiful, and I commend you for completing it. There have been times when I've given up on a quilt, or at least set it aside for 10 years or so (believe me, I made my husband a quilt for our 25th anniversary and he finally received it for our 35th - and I'm never doing another kaleidoscope quilt again) but it got done eventually.

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    I bet it made you appreciate the way quilts were made years ago. Sometimes we forget about all the conveniences we have now and just want to crank out quilt after quilt. No matter how you cut it however, it is beautiful and you should be proud.

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    I totally agree with LynnVT!!

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    It looks good to me!

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    Looks great!

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    it's nicely balance.. and nicedly done!
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    looks good from here.I love any shortcut I can use personally
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    Wow! Now that's an amazing quilt! I love it but I'm not signing on to make one.
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    You did a wonderful job, your quilt is Beautiful.

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    wow terriffic
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    I really like this quilt. Nice job.

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