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    Treasures

    I posted a message a week or so ago about the little box full of pieces all cut for Dresden plates...enough to make 22 blocks.......$3. Hope I can get the picture of several of the blocks to go.
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    Wow, that look like original Feedsack Dresden Plates! Sew pretty!

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    Very, very nice.

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    Wow! Weren't you lucky! What a find!
    Go forth and sew!

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    Very pretty. Will make up lovely.

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    Don't you just love finding these kind of things. :-)

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    Wow....you are definitely living right ! What a find !!!!!! That is going to make an incredible quilt !!
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    That's going to be beautiful..I just love old fashion quilt patterns and fabrics.

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    Beautiful dresden plates.
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    I love the old fabric, it will surely be a beautiful quilt. A true treasure.

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    those are great
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    Very pretty! Great find!
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    Those are so pretty. Please post the finished quilt.

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    Beautiful!!
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    very nice blocks

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    Those fabrics are to die for. Just love that vintage look. You did a nice job piecing them.
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    Awesome! They do look like original material from 30s.
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    What a find, they are such wonderful prints.

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    Boy, were you lucky. So nice.
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    Great find!!!

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    Wow - lucky you - what a find! Enjoy and share photos when you get them together.

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    Lucky find. They are really nice.

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    Wow!! They are gorgeous!!!!! Love scrappy!!....
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    Your feed sack fabric sure has made your pattern look so lovely. I am so thrilled that you have shared your project with all of us here on the Quilting Board. Nice work.
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