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Thread: Slowly getting there

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    Slowly getting there

    Have been cutting and sewing at these squares for double wedding ring quilt. Trying to do as many different blues as possible as these are their favourite colours. Another 12 to do and then borders.
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    Looking good. It will be treasured I,m sure. Love it in all blues. You are doing a great job.

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    It's going to be a beautiful quilt.

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    ​Love it! Can you give the name of the pattern?

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    Ah, you're getting there. Like all the different blues.

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    Keep up the good work!
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    That's really pretty. A wonderful gift to be treasured always.

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    coming along well
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    Beautiful! Love the blues

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    Very pretty quilt, will be a great gift!

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    You're doing a great job. It's going to be beautiful when you get it done. Make sure you share with us when it is!!!!
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    Those are very pretty. That will be such a gorgeous quilt.
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    Coming along wonderfully.
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    Looking good - can't wait to see the finish!!!
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    This is beautiful! It will be a great gift!

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    They are going to love this!

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    It is beautiful- could you please share the name of the pattern?
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    I have not seen DWR done in squares like that....looks a lot easier that the original way....name/author of pattern please....this might tempt me to try one!

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    Great job!

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    Very nice.

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    Been there.... Done that!!! Keep up the good work. DWR is a task of perseverance!

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    I have not seen this version of the DWR, very pretty and can't wait to see the finished quit.

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    Beautiful use of blues - they will love it!

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    Beautiful. I've never seen a double wedding ring done that way, but it's beautiful.

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    Doing a nice job!

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