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Thread: OBW Quilted - Busy front, plain back

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    Great quilt and fabric. Please the name of fabric and how much did you buy?
    I saw this at the PA show and thought it would make a great obw. Then saw it again at Novi and told my friend I think it would make a great obw. Lol great minds think alike!
    Gale

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    I am not sure of the name of the fabric but you would need 6 repeats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by texaspam
    You did a fantastic job on the quilting. I think I prefer the back over the front.
    Me too! This was my first OBW, and I am not all that happy with it, or at least I wasn't until Harriet gorgeoused it up for me!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grma33
    Great quilt and fabric. Please the name of fabric and how much did you buy?
    I saw this at the PA show and thought it would make a great obw. Then saw it again at Novi and told my friend I think it would make a great obw. Lol great minds think alike!
    Gale
    Gale, it is Michael Miller's Wildflowers. I will have to check the repeat when I get home (I'm at work right now) and will let you know.

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    omg. your Quilting! it's breathTaking. It makes the quilt for me. wow. double wow.

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    That is just beautiful! I have to ask: how long did the quilting take? From a business perspective when we, as quilters and seamstresses, need to charge for our services consumers tend to find our charges outrageous. Understandably, they are unaware of the time invested. What do you charge for something so time intensive?

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    Both your skills combined made for a truly awesome quit!

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    Nice quilt, love the quilting.

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    I can't choose a best side. The back really shows the quilting....but the front fabric is pretty.....a toss up!

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    That is gorgeous!

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    Great quilt...great job quilting. The back is beautiful. Think I would almost be tempted to keep the back side up all time!!!

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    Gai, beautiful quilt and you picked the perfect quilted for the quilting. Quilting is beautiful also.

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    wow!!!

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    beautiful job, as usual = thanks to both of you!

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    Oh that is BEAUTIFUL! Front AND back!!

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    Lord, that is beautiful!

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    awesome!!!!

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    Absolutely gorgeous!!!

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    Wow amazing

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    Ditto, Ditto,Ditto. Beautiful work by both of you.

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    Beautiful

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    Great job both of you, Love the quilting. So fun to have a reversable quilt. :)

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    You both did a wonderful job ... beautiful quilt!

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    Beautifl work!!! If this were my quilt I would consider it a Reversible quilt. Your quilting is unbelievable.
    Keep up the good work, Kutnso

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    Beautiful. The plain back shows all the wonderful quilting.

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