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    very cool design. love it!

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    I love your design! What a lovely way to use up the little pieces.
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    I love it. I wondered how you set the triangles. Did you draw a line on your background? I would be very pleased with this quilt too. Did this take very long to do? How big did it turn out to be? Love it! Love it! Love it!

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    enter that in a contest...you would win ...so nice

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    Really like your quilt. Very creative use of triangles

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    Love it! Very creative.
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    I love it-that is so cool

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    Very playful and original. Great job!
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    Very cool use of scraps ...

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    that is really too cool! I like it a lot
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    It's adorable. Very creative.

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    me too! Ditto. Is this your owm pattern?
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    I really like this, so very unique and different.
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    I just ironed a very small of fusible on the back of the triangles. Positioned them in an undulating curve that I found pleasing. Ironed them into place and zig zagged around them.

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    Wow. Very cool. How did you do that? Paper pieced?

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    I like the way you used the triangles. It made a pretty & unique quilt.

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    How clever is that! I've had the same angst as you about throwing away those lovely triangles. LOL
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    I love it! You are so creative.

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    OOOOOHHHHH!!!! How cute is that.

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    I have never seen a quilt like it - I LOVE IT! I think you should contact one of the quilt magazines and see if you couldn't get it published ... or print up the instructions to make it and try selling it ... it's not often an original design is designed to use up those little pieces.

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    great ;idea and pattern!!

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    I love your quilt. To me it looks like many beautiful landscapes. Great Job.

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    Yes, yes, YES! What a wonderful way to recycle those triangles. Much more creative than just sewing them into HSTs. A lovely quilt!

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    WOW, very creative, love the black...makes them all pop!!!

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    Nice design...great job!
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    Great way to use up those itty-bitty triangles! They remind me of kite's tails. Thanks for inspiring and sharing.
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    Beautiful work!!!

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