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    It really does look like stained glass! This is gorgeous and a great idea for winter!

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    Very nice...love the look!!

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    I used batting with muslin as backing. I am not sre what I am going to do about the fadin issue, I could hang a flannel sheet on the back side, any thoughts?

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    I'm not sure it would fade too much with batting between. I don't think the muslin would fade.
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    Looks like stain Glass windows. Great job

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    They are gorgeous !!!
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    Very good use of strings.
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    Another beauty!

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    Beauties!!! Good job,,

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    Neat idea. Beautiful!

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    Beautiful!!! Love them!
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    Real nice and it does look like stain glass.
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    I agree, they really look like stained glass. You did a fantastic job!

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    Great idea!! They do look like stained glass. Wonderful idea.

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    Such a pretty stained glass effect!
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    What a great idea! Not only is it beautiful, it is so practical, and helps keep things warm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homespun View Post
    Gorgeous. I love that pattern!
    Me too...and no seams to match except for sashing.

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    Stunning!!!!!!!
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    Very striking. Thanks for sharing.

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    Very pretty!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewlo View Post
    strip quilt made to cover my sliding glass doors during the winter.
    solo, did you quilt the back of the strip quilt? It is so beautiful!
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    What a fabulous idea!! I love them, they're great.
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    Beautiful... I agree they look like stained glass windows..

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    Oh My Gosh...beautiful!!

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    Do you put a backing on it? If so, then it must let the light through very well. And any batting? It's beautiful. Thank you.

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