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Thread: A quilt challenge!

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    Love how you made a snowball strip block! Very different looking! Great job !

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    Good job! You did good!
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    This is very pretty. It has a striking simplicity to it. I think I will use this idea to use up some of my scraps. Thanks for sharing.

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    Oh I like this one!
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    TY all for your compliments. I am glad some got some ideas for future projects. Enjoy!

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    I love scrappies and this one is great! Love how you did the sashing. I'm sure you met the challenge and your guild will love it. Thanks for sharing.
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    Wow...I love it.
    It a joy to look at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helen S View Post
    I really like this! It's simple, yet each block holds it's own attraction. Very nicely done!
    Oh! I agree immensely!

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    Wow! Love it. Soooo colorful. Great way to use up scraps too.....
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    That would be a great pattern for all those excess binding strips. The quilt looks great.
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    I love it! I really enjoy strip sets. This is a new idea. I WILL be doing this! Thank you!

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    Awesome and unusual.

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    Just beautiful! Love your color choices.

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    Very nice, looks like it would be quick to do. colors are pretty.

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    Beautiful and love the colors. It really looks nice with the beautiful strips you choose.
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    i'd never think to put all those colors and patterns together....but WOW does it work!!!

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    Great quilt-very colourful.
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    That was a great idea!

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    NICE!!! I like your colors you picked out!!
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    Very nice. Thanks for sharing.

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    Great job and great color choices. Thanks for sharing.

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    Congratulations. Something new & unique.

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    Bright, cheery and creative. I think it is wonderful.

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    Very pretty! Love all the colors.

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