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Thread: My Valentines X's & O's quilt

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    My Valentines X's & O's quilt

    This is my second quilt so don't look too closely!
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    You did fantastic job. Love the colors. Pink and red make such a pretty combination. Peggy
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    Well, I was looking closely... very closely!, trying to see how ya made it all 3-D like and I sure didn't see a thing wrong with it at all!! What a great job, it is a really neat quilt.

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    It's pretty with or without my glasses.

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    That is really nice! Even my second quilt didn't look this good. Awesome job.
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    Love how you quilted the background heavily to make the x's really pop out. Makes it look 3D.
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    It is beautiful, I would not have known you were a newbie, looks better than a lot of this oldbie's does.
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    Very pretty colors. I like it.

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    Very nice!
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    It a beauty..Love the choice of light and dark pinks and reds.
    You did a great job...

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    Nice quilt. Great work. Thank you for sharing.

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    You did fantastic job

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    You did a fantastic job, thanks for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    you did great

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    Well done!

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    So Pretty!
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    Lovely quilt. You did a great job selecting fabrics and piecing and quilting.

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    Very nice. BrendaK
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    Kudos, looks great!
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    It looks great!!
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    That's beautiful! I'm just a beginner as well, so I am wondering what the completed size would be? And did you use 5 inch squares? Very nice.
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    Thanks for sharing. Such a simple design, but your fabric selection and quilting takes it up a notch.
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    Beautiful. What pattern did you use? How did you make it puffy? Please share which batting you used and how you quilted it.
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    Love the way you quilted it and your color choices......beautiful!!

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