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    Oh, how beautiful!!! Your husband did an excellent job. Enjoy!!!

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    That is just Beautiful !!!!!!

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    beautiful work! 2 talented people in one family! that's awesome

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    very nice he should go in business

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    Simply put, AWESOME! LOVE IT!

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    Lucky you! He did a great job on it

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    That husband of yours is a keeper, well worth the Mariners quilt he requested...love the quilt blocks also. You both do great work...

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    Wow!! Your sewing center is fabulous. I, too, love cherry wood. Your hubby is very talented.

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    Nice set up :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Cherry wood, you luck girl.
    Keep that man around. He did
    a beyond excellent workmanship.
    It is a treasure.
    I missed your mariner's compass quilt
    the first time around. Outstanding.

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    Two thumbs up!

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    What fun!

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    Oh that is just lovely. I going to show the pic to my DH. He likes to collect woodworking mags like I collect fabric and patterns.

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    that is an heirloom great work on his part. :thumbup:

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    It's great, you're very lucky!

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    Great looking sewing table, give him a hug.

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    Beautiful! Sounds like win-win.

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    A very nice sewing center for sure!

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    The biggest hint on paper piecing is to use a large "Jeans" needle and shorted your stitch length down to 1.8 or 1.6. That will perforate the papers so they are easily pulled out. Don't be afraid, you can do thisl

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    Very nice! Enjoy for many many years as you stitch & sew.

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    Beautiful job! :thumbup:

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    That is wonderful. That Mariners Compass has been earned. Hope hubby got a big hug!

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    He did a great job, that is beautiful

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    wow!...impressive work...he's very talented!

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    Wow that is just great, good luck with the mariner's compass.

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