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Thread: Painted Pictures

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    Both quilts are gorgeous.

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    Both are beautiful quilts!
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    they look great.....

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    Beautifully done, you are really creative.
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    If you hadn't pointed out that the center panels were the same I don't think I'd have noticed it right away. These are absolutely gorgeous!
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    Janice, This is such a clever idea, I love it!

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    I love how different they are! Amazing what you can do with just your color choice. Love the quilts I think you are going to have two very happy recipients.

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    They are both BEAUTIFUL!!!! You did a wonderful job.

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    I agree ... this is a great technique and I love both your quilts. I am going to try to remember to keep this in mind for some blocks I have. Thanks for posting.

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    Beautiful! I like the green best!

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    Excellent job, love those tiny flowers

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    i have these panels i think are michael miller...i would love to try and make one similar to yours with them..my list is so long though i need to come up with a plan

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    Those are unbelievable. I have never seen anything like that. Yes they are always more gorgeous in person, but the colors are gorgeous even in the photo. Wow, thank you. I am so glad I saw them.
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    Gorgeous, beautiful quilt!!
    will quilt 4EVER

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    Wonderful quilts!! That is a great pattern -- congratulations on a job well done!!
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    Very well done.

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    You did a wonderful job. Great idea. They will love them.

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    Amazing work. This is beautiful!

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    such an unusual technique, and it works so well!

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    wow!...beautiful and cool...lucky them!
    So many quilts, so little time :-)

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    Oh mei oh mei, they're beautiful!!! What a terrific job you've done Thanks for sharing
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    those are both beautiful! I love the idea for the use of the panels, very creative.

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    I would prize either version. You have an artists eye, for sure.
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    those are beautiful.very calming and cozy.
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    You did an amazing job. Both quilts are beautiful.
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