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Thread: One man's trash is another man's treasure

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    Fabulous... you have an eye for color coordination. I love it. You put those scraps to a great use.

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    That is very pretty. Great job.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    How pretty and it is a great looking "Welcome Spring" quilt. I am so tired of snow and more snow...looking forward to the flowers around here.
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

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    Oh, that is so pretty!
    Retired teacher, loving it.
    Love quilting also.

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    That would definitely chase the winter blahs away !!! Very pretty.
    Of all the things i've lost, i miss my mind the most.

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    Love your "flower garden."
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    Beautiful flowers.

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    This is beautiful! It reminds me of a gallery wall of botanical prints. Very creative way to use the fabric given!
    ​Julie S.

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    What a beautiful quilt - great use of your fabric!

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    great idea and a lovely quilt

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    A very nice quilt. I great idea on how to use large print.

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    *** Good job & a nice recycle.
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    Very pretty !!!
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    Very pretty. Good job.
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    That turned out great.

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    I like it. Sometimes when you have large scale prints, making blocks this way is the way to go. Love the prints.

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    That is great I love it

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    You were very in recycling the gift fabric.

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    Gorgeous and it certainly looks like spring!
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    Oh that is so pretty. Very creative

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    Pretty and cheerful!

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    Nice flower use quilt.
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    So cheerful & beautiful. The flowers lift my heart. Lovely quilt.

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    Kool looking. I have books & books of decorator samples that I just couldn't see them go to waist, (like the trash). I know many are not cotton but it would make a blanket for someone in need I am sure. Hope to be able to afford the rest that is needed for them. Anyway thank you for sharing - I do like the quilt.

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    Very pretty quilt!

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