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Thread: Ocean Scenery quilt I did for my neighbor

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    I've been under the radar for some time now.........busy, busy, busy and going to be even busier for the rest of the year.

    She didn't want any quilting done in the wavy corners she made so all I could quilt was a water line in the diagonal areas (freehand :-) Too bad you can't see the border too well, I really like what I did with a curly thingy. That's very technical terminology. Hope you enjoy looking.
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    Jackie, your work is fantastic.

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    I love that border! Are you going to give us a thngie tutorial?

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    AWESOME!!!

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    Great quilting!!!

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    Your work is always so nice.

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    WOW! I love this quilt. I can't wait to learn to do one this this!

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    As usual, you've found the perfect way to quilt this! I'm telling you, girl, you have a gift! Looks amazing!

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    That's really cute! you did a wonderful job!

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    Really nice Jackie! Is that a ruffle on the border? Interesting. Great colors and the pattern really fits the theme.

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    That is just awesome!!!

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    Your work is just so beautiful. I enjoy seeing what you will come up with.

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    Jacque, firstly the quilt is lovely, and I just love how you have done the water effect and is that waves I see on the border, great job :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Janstar, that is a ruffle on the border
    Izy, I just did some swirls on the border, almost shell like.
    Thanks for all the compliments This was a rather unique quilt.

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    Great combo! You did a great job, I love the pattern you chose to quilt on this one. Is that quilt actually 3D?

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    awesome girl..... i envy you

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    Love the quilt. I just took a class doing those blocks. They are fun. One person did a wave kinda like yours. I did a scrapy and did three quarter circles. I still need to post it.

    You quilt is very lovely. Like it a lot.

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    Really NEAT.... Great job once again Jackie!

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    What a pretty quilt. I can just see the water movement! Great job!

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    Neat quilt--and your quilting is wonderful!!!

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    That is so cute! Is that a crab I see?
    That is one lucky neighbor! :)

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    You have an amazing talent. I'm so glad you share your artistic ideas with us through your pictures. I so enjoy looking at all the different stitches you create in your quilts.

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    :P thanks for sharing that quilt and the pictures were wonderful in detail. I try with my limited quilting skills to make at least one for each great grandchild as they turn two. I already made one for them before birth. (we have 5) I am wondering if you purchased a pattern for this. It would make a terrific one for the two upcoming quilts I will have to make in the next upcoming year. Beautiful. I loved iot. Thanks again. Vickey Stamps

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    :P thanks for sharing that quilt and the pictures were wonderful in detail. I try with my limited quilting skills to make at least one for each great grandchild as they turn two. I already made one for them before birth. (we have 5) I am wondering if you purchased a pattern for this. It would make a terrific one for the two upcoming quilts I will have to make in the next upcoming year. Beautiful. I loved it. Thanks again. Vickey Stamps

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