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Thread: From Sweetly Old-fashioned to Ultra-modern

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    Both quilts are just lovely. The granny square reminds me of the afghans my mom use to make using up her scraps of yarn.

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    They are both great looking. I can' t pick a favorite, both gorgeous
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    They are both wonderful!!!!!

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    Beautiful Quilts.

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    Great job. Love the granny squares.
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    Both are just Beautiful, great job and thank you for sharing Have a Blessed day Ellen

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    Wonderful! I especially like the old fashioned look!
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    Wow!! Great work.

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    OH so pretty, I love the granny squares, if you need someone to send it to let me know and i will send address.......it is absolutely gorgeous.
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    Both quilts are great, but I love the Log Cabin. Was it hard to do in PP ? Thansks for sharing.
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    Wow! They are definitely at totally different ends of the design spectrum, but I love them both....actually can't pick a fav. Whoever winds up getting them, they will be lucky. Thanks for sharing.
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    Oh, my, do I love the Granny Squares quilt!!! Beautiful work!! I realize too, that I so love color and fabric and sewing that it is just fun to try many different styles.
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    I like them both - you are my kind of gal - The Jenny Beyer quilt intrigues me because I want to know how its done - it looks like 4 triangle pieced together to make the whole quilt . They are both beautiful.

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    They are both beautiful. You've done a fantastic job!

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    Both quilts are wonderful! Although I am more of a traditional gal--------the Ultra modern with its asymmetrical balance and terrific color composition is a wonderful piece of art! I look forward to seeing your next "love piecing!"

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    Beautiful quilts. You are very talented.

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    i will be a happy recipient of either one..lol... they are gorgeous

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    Two very cool quilts. I like both of them. The first has given me an idea for a quilt and the second is very graphic (which I love). Granny Squares reminds me of a crocheted afghan. I can't wait to make it.

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    I find the second one to be incredible, but not my style, however I do admire your talent and colors and the fact that you can stretch yourself like that. The Granny Squares is more to my liking and since you don't have a recipient in mind I'll be glad to take it off your hands! I love it.

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    Lovely! What nice soft and beautiful colors in the first one. They are right up my alley. I do love Jinny Beyer designs and fabric. Contemporary without being too over the top. Both made me say, "how'd she do that?" Excellent job!

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    Y'know what they say... sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't -- sometimes you feel traditional, sometimes you don't! But no matter how you feel, you quilt beautifully! These are both just gorgeous! You can never go wrong with traditional OR Beyer! Kudos!
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    I really like both patterns. I've never seen the prism before, super!
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    How wonderful that you can adapt and make such great quilts from two diverse patterns.

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    Both of them are great quilts!
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    Love them both! And I would also like to volunteer to be a recipient!

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