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Thread: Over Year in the making

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    Power Poster dunster's Avatar
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    Beautiful quilt! I think the DWR is one of those patterns that scares most of us. It is such a classic design.

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    It is a beautiful quilt. Hope lucky the person is to be a special one in your life. And probably in more ways than just receiving this quilt!

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    Beautiful quilt-love the colors!
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    LOVE the colors this was done in; you have made a lovely quilt!

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    Beautiful!!!!

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    it would take me 10 yrs. beautiful indeed

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    Just "Beautiful"~~! My daughter wants me to make her one...know what I did...just laughed at her! Be proud you did amazing!

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    Beautiful quilt! Great job! I'm hoping to make it one day. Do you have any tips to help me?
    Labug

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    Gorgeous!!! Love the colors. Thanks for sharing.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Beautifully done! Love your quilting too!
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    Beautiful quilt! Very pretty colors.

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    What a happy quilt. I love the juicy colors. a true labor of love.
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    What a fabulous quilt. I'm in the crowd that finds them gorgeous but intimidating!

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    I love your colors! What a wonderful gift that will be.

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    Holy crapoly. Stunning.

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    Beautiful - that one's also on my bucket list.

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    All I can say is "WOW! That is one gorgeous quilt!" Absolutely Beautiful!!!

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    Your quilt is absolutely beautiful. My DIL wants one for her King size bed.When I get more experenced I will attempt one. Hopefully it will look half as good as yours. Thanks for sharing this masterpeice with us.
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    Beautiful! I love the colors!

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    very nice!!

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    Your quilt is beautiful!

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    Gorgeous! They must be special indeed
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    What a beauty. Your fabric selection is great....I don't think I've seen a wedding ring done in such a vibrant hue and it works really well. Thanks for sharing your special quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by labug View Post
    Beautiful quilt! Great job! I'm hoping to make it one day. Do you have any tips to help me?
    Me too, a double wedding ring is on my quilting bucket list. Yours is awe-inspiring. The colors are just juicy. They make me think of tangy sherbet. Great work.
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    Wow! So stunning! Way over my head to make and much less machine quilt! Awesome job!

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