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Thread: "Starshine & Rainbows" completed top!

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    Very pretty!! Your little cornerstone blocks are a great addition to this!
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    It's beautiful. I love your colors. That is adventurous for a first quilt! Good for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0tis View Post
    Wow - I love the colors and the the whole complete top - This is a great first top - no one would guess that you are new at this - Can't wait to see what else you have in store for your quilts. Great job.
    Ditto. You did great girl. Now you know how to all kinds of different blocks. Thanks for sharing. BrendaK
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    You did an amazing job. That is a show-stopper and what a way to start. You have a long and fruitful future of quilting ahead of you!
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    Love your quilt! Love the colors & Love the name!

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    Very nice quilt.

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    The colors are so bright and cheerful. Just what I needed today. Great job! Hope to see more from you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crafty pat View Post
    You have done an amazing job on that beautiful top. You are getting off to a great start, you have a wonderful talent. I will be looking forward to seeing much more beautiful work coming from you.
    I couldn't agree more! I cannot believe this is your 1st quilt... wow! I've been quilting since the Stone Age & I couldn't begin to make something this beautiful! Your color sense is fabulous! I love the royal blue sashings! And the pp'ed cornerstones are just too perfect!! Did I mention wow??? Kudos!!!
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    Your quilt is totally beautiful. You are a very good designer as well and possibly a mathematical genius. could you tell us how you figured out all of the math. Keep going with this talent of yours. Grace
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    Wow!!! You did great.
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    Beautiful quilt!

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    Wow!!! That came out great!
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    Very impressive for a first quilt!!! Can't wait to see what comes next!

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    Oh how beautiful is that? I absolutely love it.
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    Wow! That is a gorgeous quilt. For a first quilt it is AMAZING! I can't wait to see what comes next.

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    That is awesome! Man if thats your first can't wait to see the next!

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    You did very well! Awesome!

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    It turned out fantastic. Well done.
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    Very bright and pretty quilt. Good job!

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    Awesome!!!! Love the use of all the primary colours.
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    Congratulations on a well-matched quilt. I love how the cornerstones and binding pull all the colors of the quilt together to bring it to a wonderful finish. I also love how you used a darker blue vs. black sashing. Thanks for sharing.
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    Congratulations on completing your first quilt! You did a fantastic job on designing. The blue was the perfect choice for the sashing and borders, partly because blue if my favorite color, but also because it doesn't overshadow the blocks and your great work. It's strong and vibrant,without being dominating. Excellent quilt!

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    Well done! It is a beautiful quilt!
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    You did a fantastic job! Initially I thought your last border was actually the binding! I love rainbows and I love your first quilt!
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