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Thread: Over 6,400 piece wallhanging

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    amazine idea..you are terrific and so is the heirloom wallquilt
    The best kind of sleep from Heaven above...
    is under a quilt homemade with LOVE!

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    Awesome!!
    You should be so proud.

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    Great idea. It is beautiful. Great job!

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    Beautiful!

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    You deserve a gold medal!

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    Wow? I've never seen this technique before!

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    Absolutely Beautiful Work!!

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    Fantastic....

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    stunning quilt!

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    Awesome! How brave of you to work with such tiny blocks. You must have the patience of a saint.

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    Heavens! That really is beautiful. I wouldn't even consider starting a project like this!

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    I hope you have a great place to hang that, where everyone who comes to your house will see it right when they walk in! That quilt deserves an audience! Bravo!

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    It is stunning and reminds me of needlepoint. You can be very,very proud of your awesome work.

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    Wow, it's beautiful. How much time and patience this must have taken!

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    WOW - Beautiful job, thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    OMG!!!! That is gorgeous, what a fantastic job.

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    Mind boggling is the term that comes to mind. That is just amazingly beautiful!!!
    What you do for yourself dies when you do.
    What you do for others lives forever.

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    Oh ya, it is stunning..... and so too much work for me... I've done my fair share of cross stitch, and still have one piece that needs to be finished, it is on linen, and is of course, a pattern of dresden quilt block with home sweet home, not sure it will ever be finished.... great job, and thanks for posting!!!!

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    awesome!!!

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    What a wonderful idea - it's beautiful! Did you use the fusible grid pellon? LOVE that stuff for this type of project!
    Being skinny isn't easy, so I gave up and opted for being sexy instead. (aunty acid)

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