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Thread: Pat Speth's Millenium Star Finished

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    Absolutely beautiful.
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    Beautiful job. Thanks for showing us.
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    You're going to be the envy of the retreat goers. Matching pillowcase too. Have fun.

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    Nice quilt.
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    Great quilt. Love your striped border and binding. It really works to give that added pop.
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    Very nice!

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    Beautiful work! Love your colors!
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    Very pretty and bright quilt. Love the quilting design.

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    Oh, this is a lovely quilt! You used so many odds and ends and special pieces too. You will be the envy of all the other ladies at the quilt retreats! I can just hear them whispering, "Oh someone made a lovely quilt and kept it for herself. How clever is that! I think I am going to try that. I wonder what pattern she used and where did she get all that delightful fabric? Whoa, what a great quilter she is!"

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    Just stunning colors. I love it.

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    very nicely done
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    I would be very proud if I had made that quilt. You put a lot of thought into that project and it shows. Go to the head of the class!
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    Wow! That’s gorgeous!
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    Very pretty ; one of my favorite patterns.
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    I love this!!! You did a wonde ful job...the mitered corners rock!!
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    Went to my retreat last week and found my quilt too large for the bed so will be making another one to fit better. I want to use the same black, white and stripe fabrics as it will match my pillowcase but will make a different pattern in Pat's book. Don't know what I'll do with this quilt but it was fun to make and quilt. May donate it.
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    Smashing, Suz. I love the quilted hearts. Reminiscent of the 60's pop art images.

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