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Thread: Quilt #1

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    Senior Member Quiltylady's Avatar
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    Nice job. It looks great.

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    Very nice! That little guy will love it!

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    Nice quilt.I have made a sailboat quilt for one of my twin grandsons when they were little.

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    All your troubles resulted in a very sweet quilt....love it!! :-D

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    Cute quilt and I'm sure it will be loved.

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    Glad you fought through the problems and got it done. It looks great to me. I have one of these in the making that needs to be finished.

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    Fantastic first quilt. All the glitches just make you better!

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    In spite of all your troubles, it's a great looking little quilt. I have always loved the sailboat block. When my baby brother was on the way, my mom sat in her rocker stitching and stitching, making this quilt. All by hand. She finished just days before he was born. That was more than 50 years ago.
    Oh, and P.S., aren't you glad you discovered the pin before you gave the quilt away? :wink:

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    It turned out wonderful!

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    Kudos to you. I would not have removed the binding. This is a work of the heart and not for a competition. Keep up the great work.

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    like your choice of colors nice job

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    Looks perfect! Great job and what little tike doesn't enjoy sail boats!

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    Nice job! Keep up the good work!

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    Look fantastic! My theory is that we all make every single mistake it's possible to make at least once! Now hopefully you won't come across those "challenges" again! (I've made several different mistakes multiple times, but I keep finding new ones to make, too!) :lol:

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    It turned out beautiful. I'm sorry to hear of all the problems, but the important thing is that he will absolutely love it.

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    Well, it was worth all the effort. Great quilt for a baby boy!

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    Awwww. That is soooo cute. Well done!

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    Looks great to me! As anewbie you took on quite a hard one, you should be
    proud! Excellent colors too.

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    with all the trouble you had you could of given up, but you did not, and you created a beautiful quilt that will be loved and cherised for many years to come.
    God bless and what a great job you did.

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    For a first quilt you did a beautiful job. I am sure like all of the quilts I make, it was a learning process. It is good that we can produce beautiful quilts as we learn.

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    Love it!

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    Looks great. I love it.

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    NICE WORK:)

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    Nice!!

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    Looks great and congratulations on completing your first quilt.

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