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Thread: postage stamp quilt

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    postage stamp quilt

    was looking thur my old quilts that still neede to be done and found this thought i would share also been having problems posting so wanted to try again
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    asking a quilter to mend is like asking picasso to paint your garage

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    and it worked thanks for looking
    asking a quilter to mend is like asking picasso to paint your garage

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    Oh that is beautiful! It looks like garden patches!

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    Very nice! I can't see myself doing anything that small.

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    Wow, that is pretty. You should really quilt it! LOL
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    Oh My thats a lot of seams to match. Alot of work, you should quilt it, and have it out where it can be seen and admired!

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    Wow! that looks like a ton of work. Beautiful! love the colors.

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    That is a beautiful quilt. I am amazed with the patience you must have had working with such small pieces.

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    This is sew beautiful, the colors are just great. Thanks for sharing.
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    Beautiful, great job.

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    Such a beautiful inspiring quilt! I have plans of eventually making a postage stamp quilt; the fabrics you chose really bring this quilt to life. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.
    Brenda

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    Sew very pretty! Love your colors, and the little squares!!
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    Looks like a lot of work went into that beauty. Great job.

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    Very nice!!!!
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    It's beautiful! And I know that was tedious at times, so great job!

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    What a beautiful quilt!
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    beautiful!!!

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    That's so pretty. I could never do anything that small. You really should quilt it!
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    So pretty! It sparkles!

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    Fantastic!!! Looks like alot of work but entirely worth it!!!

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    Beautiful Quilt...this also gives me another idea for my 2 1/2 size squares.
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    So many tiny pieces. They really made up into a great quilt. Thanks for sharing with us.

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    WOW very nice
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    Great quilt top that really should be a quilt. I have to say you should be showing it off.
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    What a striking quilt! Can't wait until it's off your UFO list and you share with us.
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