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Thread: So Far, So Good

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    Senior Member k_jupiter's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by nellie
    wow patrice thats a lot of work ,pat your self on the back for a wonderful job ,i see every thing on point ,you such be a teacher :D :D ,can,t wait to when it,s all done ,are you going to quilt it and what design would you use on such a busy top ,can,t wait what you do so i can learn more from you beauitful work as always

    Patrice IS a teacher. Just look at some of her earlier posts.

    I am trying to get her to keep this one. Or send it to me.

    tim in san jose

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    thanks, patrice.i have bookmarked this for the next time i do a thin border. If i had waited to cut the excess i would have had more fabric to square up with if necessary. I think your right. Working with the fq sizes has got to be easier to handle. It really is a beautiful piece of work. :D

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    Fabulous!! I love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter
    I am trying to get her to keep this one. Or send it to me.

    tim in san jose
    if i did either of those two things i'd have to start all over on the much overdue wedding quilt for my niece. the first one i'd planned to give her would have clashed most horribly with another one she got. since i helped her pick a spot for that one in her living room, i naturally want anything i give her to be not only compatible, but (shhhhh ... don't rat me out) kewler. (nothing competitive about this auntie. :lol: :lol: :lol: )

    as we discussed the dilemna, i don't know how, but she managed to talk me into promising and making her two instead of just one.

    i'm not miffed at her for it, though, because she still doesn't have either one. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    WOW is right!!!!! The colors are awesome together!

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    What is holding up the blocks? That looks interesting.
    I love your mineral rights quilt. Who wouldn't? It is to die for. Very very nice patrice.

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    So....any updated pics for us? I'm loving this and it is soooo precise. I should try practicing more to eventually have a hope to turn out this good...

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    Beautiful Blocks Patrice!!! Looking forward to seeing it all put together

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    WOW b e a yoootiful! So intricate and precise!

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    I am more than impressed with these blocks. This is going to be a very awesome quilt. So what's the current status here? We are all anxious to see more, I'm sure.

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    That is certainly a lot of half square triangles. No wonder you are getting tired of them!! :D But they are turning out so lovely. Keep sharing with us as you get further along.

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    BEEE-YOU-TEE-FULL! Waiting to see follow-up pics! :lol:

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    very nice colours

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    Wow! That looks so precise! If only I could do such good work!
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    Lotsa triangles! Beautiful points. Love the little strips of black separating each square - gives them both definition and cohesion. Thinking about doing this in scrappy.
    The purpose of our lives is to give birth to the best which is within us.
    ~Marianne Williamson

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    That is gorgeous, love the colors
    Doreen

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    Can't wait to see more.....
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