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Thread: Triangle Frenzy Fist attempt

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    Triangle Frenzy Fist attempt

    Made these the other day at our Sew day for our quilt guild. Now to quilt them. Name:  4805B62C-1B66-424F-98CF-75CC8C23D98C.jpeg
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    ​Very pretty!

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    Oh those are wonderful. Good work!
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    nicely done
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    Really lovely. I don't know where you found your fabrics, but they remind me of the fabrics of Provence, in the south of France. Enjoy!
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    Very beautiful items. Your fabrics are so pretty.

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    Great fabric choice with a lovely result

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    Great job, especially like the second one...think the yellow band adds an extra dimension!

    I have made several of those for our LQS and almost think I can do them blindfolded. If you like doing these..try some pastel Easter striped fabric...really spring looking!
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    Very pretty. great work.
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    You just reminded me of yet another project I forgot about!
    Really nice work by you!

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    Really nice. They look great.
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    Very nice, I just love making the triangle frenzy table runners. Can be very addicting!

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    I don’t know how I’ve missed this ( triangle frenzy) pattern- I love them. You have motivated me to look further into this frenzy.
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    Awesome! Love your fabric choices
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    I made a Lot of them a few years as Christmas gifts; I really like how they turn out. Great job.
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    Those are beautiful and look like lots of fun to make.

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    I agree that they are very pretty!

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    Nice job, excellent selection of fabrics.

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    Fun to do, weren't they? Very nicely done.

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