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Thread: OBW She'll be apples

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    Super Member Caroline S's Avatar
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    That is the fun part of making an OBW. Even the highest member of the Quilt Police would be hard pressed to find a mistake. Your quilt is gorgeous.
    Sweet Caroline

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    Quote Originally Posted by fien777 View Post
    OK....I found it, in the pear-block....but only because you told us to search for a mistake, else I wouldn't have noticed it!!!!
    beautiful quilt!!!!!!
    Now if it bothers you too much, just send it over to me, I don't mind!!!!!
    I am laughing and laughing....this was so much fun - to try to find a boo-boo in this gorgeous quilt...with your hint, I had fun looking for the "pears" like an "Eye-Spy" Quilt. So silly, you ladies
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    Loretta Sewhappytoquilt

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    Beautiful! Love the little kaleidoscopes border too.
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    I saw the error right away, it isn't at my house! What a beautiful OBW!

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    l love the way these turn out.....


    nice

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    Very nice, love the colours and interesting border.

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    What a great OBW!! Your fabric choice was spot on!!!

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    Couldn't find the mistake, but I love this quilt! And i totally love the brder!
    A time to tear, And a time to sew;
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    Awesome, ill pm you my addy, i know its perfect for mu living room

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    I love this have seen this somewhere else similiar and fell in love with it. Maybe some day will attempt to make something like this. You did a beautiful job
    ​Christine

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    If there is an error, with so many different "hexas" who could see it? Sandy 64

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    I love your quilt. I don't know that I would have seen your "error" if you hadn't told us to look for it. I agree with someone else that said it made it like an "I Spy" quilt when you asked us if we could find it. I in no way think it distracts from your quilt. Your quilt is absolutely fantastic!!!

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    Terrific quilt!
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    Very nice!!! Gorgeous colors. Great Job!

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    Gorgeous, thanks for the detail!
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    Why would I waste time looking for an error when I can soak up the beauty before my eyes??? This is delicious in every way!!!!
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    The errors are the most obvious to the maker!! I think it is a sumptuously beautiful quilt, and I love the little echos of the idea in the borders!! Just terrific!
    KEEP CALM and CARRY ON!!

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    Simply awsome. I do love these quilts
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    absolutley beautiful, I love love LOVE it

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    It looks great!
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    absolutly awesome quilt I did not look for mistakes, if you look you may find. I find the quilt stunning and thanks for sharing.
    Pat
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    Found it thanks to MTS. I wouldn't worry about the quilt police coming after. Of course if it bothers you so much you do seem to have lots of offers from the board to hang that disgraceful quilt in their homes-me included. Great job!
    Have a blessed day.

    Linda

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    Narda, Stack and Whack patterns are similar in the pinwheel effect, but much different in execution.
    This is from the One Block Wonder book and give a million more time bang for the buck

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    I love these quilts and yours is spectacular. Did not see the "mistake" until you pointed it out.

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    Well it's beautiful. I searched and searched but couldn't find it on my own. But I bet your eye goes right to that spot when you look at it. Just remember "she'll be apples." you do terrific work!
    SheriR~

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