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Thread: One UFO done

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    community benefactor Knot Sew's Avatar
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    One done, I have to go pick the next one. I like this one...its not very big; a great couch throw :P The rows did not match well , so I tied it. :oops:

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    back; I have decided to use what I have for backs, instead of buying more
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    Really nice :-P :-P

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    I love this quilt!! Looks nice and comfy!

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    Looks great...nice and cozy for watching TV. Good job.

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    That looks great! I've never seen a quilt with so many circles. Great use of stash!

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    great UFO

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    Looks so cozy!

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    HI, LOVE YOUR QUILT. I AM IN THE PROCESS OF A SIMILAR QUILT. HAVE ALL THE CIRCLES CUT AND THE REST OF THE FABRIC. THE ONE THAT I AM MAKING IS FROM QUILTERSCACHE.
    I LOVE THE BROWNS IN THE BACKROUND OF YOUR QUILT.

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    HI, LOVE YOUR QUILT. I AM IN THE PROCESS OF A SIMILAR QUILT. HAVE ALL THE CIRCLES CUT AND THE REST OF THE FABRIC. THE ONE THAT I AM MAKING IS FROM QUILTERSCACHE.
    I LOVE THE BROWNS IN THE BACKROUND OF YOUR QUILT.

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    I really like your quilt. I love the way you are using up fabric for the back

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    This was fun to make. You start with all squares. you fold then in half twice. Then you cut from diagonal corners; to look like an ice cream cone, and when you open you have a circle. They are all to be free hand cut. :P

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    I love scrappy---great quilt!

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    I love the colors in your bull's eye quilt. I had a lady give me one to quilt for her, what a nightmare holding down all those edges.. You done a beautiful job!

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    Very Pretty

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    Awesome Quilt!!! I love those scappy circles :D:D:D

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    Very pretty quilt. It looks warm and cuddly. Great job.

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