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Thread: Snowmen in my (attic) windows!

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    Snowmen in my (attic) windows!

    Yep, still stash busting! I ave so much fun with this block. Enjoy!
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    I really like that. I bet that took a lot of time to do. Very enjoyable, pleasant and makes me happy to look at it.

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    That is so darling. It has so much dimension.
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    Beautiful, this is a perfect pattern for that fabric.
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    nicely done
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    That is really stunning !

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    Very cute, Sandy! Nicely done!!
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    That is so pretty! My secretary would LOVE it!! She has one heck of a snowman collection
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    Love Attic Windows. It's so much fun to look at.

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    Nice wall hanging.

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    That is sooo cute!

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    Two of my favorites - Attic Windows and Snowmen - wonderful combination.

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    Don't ya just love snowmen? Cute quilt.

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    Very fun!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by margee View Post
    I really like that. I bet that took a lot of time to do. Very enjoyable, pleasant and makes me happy to look at it.
    Thank you! It really goes together fairly quickly. The attic window block is easy once you get the hang of it.

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    Very nice and the fabric for the windows is perfect.
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    That is so pretty! Did it take a long time to make?
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    Beautiful quilt!! Love the fabrics in your windows!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin57 View Post
    That is so pretty! Did it take a long time to make?
    It took maybe 4 hours to piece. I need to have it quilted tho. Thank you!
    Sandy
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    Sew cute, great job!!!!

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    Very cute and festive.

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    Awww! That is sooooo nice, bright, happy and festive. Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandygirl View Post
    It took maybe 4 hours to piece. I need to have it quilted tho. Thank you!
    Sandy
    I took this to the long arm quilter and she fell in love with the top. I ended up selling it to her. I will make another soon. The joy in her face let e know that it belonged to her. She never has time to sew top for herself.

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    No wonder she loved it. You did a great job. Love the way it came out.
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    Very cute.

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