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Thread: Quilt #3 made from vintage blocks

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    Your work is always wonderful. The quilt beautiful.

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    I love seeing your work on the vintage blocks. It is so good to see the blocks preserved and your work compliments them so....

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    very pretty! I love the fabrics in these blocks!

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    I love the old, vintage fabrics and blocks, and love what you did with them. You preserved another treasure that will now be around for an extended period of time, for the pleasure of future generations. Nice job !

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    Eddie, It's a beautiful quilt. Thanks for sharing. Eiltcoq.

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    Oh, how neat that is. Imagine, after all that time, it finally is a showpiece.

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    How pretty!!!!!

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    Just lovely! What a wonderful keepsake for the generations to come. When I look at those blocks, I realize they are as old as I am..................Only they look a lot better (smile). Thanks for sharing.

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    Eddie, this is a reminder how how far the women of today have come from 1935. Back then, when a woman married, most school boards deemed that a she couldn't maintain both jobs and was asked/forced to quit her job. So women were forced to make choices, teach and be single or married and be a wife. Surprisingly, that is why there were a lot of ladies who chose teaching and stayed single. Now look at us, we comprise over 60% of the workforce. Thanks for sharing this beautiful quilt with us. Great workmanship.

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    what a lovely finished gift. very touching and wonderful work.

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    WOW, what an heirloom. You did a wonderful job.

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    Love it, and how to put it together, great job

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    What a treasure! It is gorgeous!

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    Now that is my kind of quilt!

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    You do amazing work!!

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    Beautiful job, Eddie. I'm sure your customer is very happy with the result.

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    As always Great job

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    A wonderful finish! I really like the nostalgic feeling that you've kept, it's a look back at a simpler time.

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    How very special!!!

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    your work is stunning!!! I just love how you put them together :)

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    Eddie your work is absolutely stunning. Thanks for sharing.

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    Beautiful!!

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    How nicely you framed them, came out beautiful.

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    A real treasure! You do beautiful work!!!

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    Great blocks and you did a wonderful job making them into a quilt. Beautiful quilt and quilting. Great job as usual.

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