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    Awesome! Can't wait to see finished project.

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    Cool!

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    I have started this pattern and am in the process of cutting fabric. I havn't cut the stems and leaves yet and will reconcider the color choice. Your colors are great. I know I can do better that the green blender I have out now. I will be watching to see future blocks. Are you planning to duplicate the corner blocks. After seeing the beautiful varity of colors you are using, I might just make each corner block different.

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    that is wonderful. can't wait to see it finished.

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    That is awesome!!! Love the colors you used. Makes me want to applique.

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    the animal prints look awesome in your design. That is really neat. I can't wait to see the finished quilt!!

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    Beautiful! I can't wait to see the finished quilt, it's going to be stunning.

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    Those are gorgeous!! Love the non-traditional...give me funky anytime! I'll be eagerly watching for more!

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    Beautiful

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    Fantastic job using batiks. I really like the looks of this.

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    Thank you all so much! It is basically needleturn however, I use Mylar templates alot. I do the leaves and flowers pretty much the same way as circles are done (baste, pull the thread and iron..or starch and iron). It takes a little more time to do that, but less to actually do the stitching. It just works best for me.

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    What would the Baltimore Ladies think! Beautiful work and great fabric choices.

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    I love it. Good work Kathi

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    I really love the funky version!

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    Love, love those blocks. Great fabrics, gives so much personality. Batiks are my favorite.

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    I love funky and that is going to be one of a kind special quilt.

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    A perfect name for a new version of an old block!

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    They are beautiful, nice sewing!!

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    beautiful work

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    I love applique blocks that use funky fabrics. Beautiful!

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    Love your choice of fabrics for flowers

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    I am nto sure if that is Zebra print, but whatever, that vase is absolutley stunning, it looks so like a milk glass/slag vase.

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    All those little pieces of applique'. Just wonderful. I will watch this topic so I will get to see the whole thing. Will it take years? It would if I was doing it. Will all the blocks be different? I will try to be patient. Keep up this wonderful work.

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    Great job!

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    It's clear you're having a great time doing this! Beautiful work and fabric selection!

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