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Thread: Two Colour Guild Challenge

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    Two Colour Guild Challenge

    Its about 24 inches square.I used Ricky Tims "feather" Go cutter shape and the 2 fabrics have some sparkle and swirl in them. I blanket stitched around them and just basic echo quilting. The bling instead of binding I saw on TQS. It was a technique taught by Carolyn Hock.I would only do this on a small quilt, a lot of work.
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    You really rose to the challenge! Beautiful!

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    That is a beautiful small quilt. I love it your finishing touch.
    All my grand-children have paws.

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    Love it - I know what you mean about not doing a big quilt like that
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    that is fabulous. hang it with pride where everyone can see it!
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    you are amazing with all these fine and beautiful quilts. You never stop doing better than the last time.

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    Unique! This will make quite a statement when you hang it on the wall.

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    Wow! great quilt
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    ​Lovely 2 colour challenge!

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    Awesome two color quilt. Love that edge treatment.

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    How cool is this? Very artsy and fun to look at.
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    Beautiful wall quilt. Hang it with pride, knowing it is wonderful.
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    Oh my gosh that s absolutely beautiful! What a unique edge treatment! Bet you win the challenge!
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    I think you've made the Challenge Winner. It's beautiful, very classy. Good luck in the contest.

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    You certainly rose to the challenge.

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    What a lovely project...hats off to you for taking on such a challenging project.
    attitude is everything...the rest will fall into place.

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    Looks really fancy and challenging.

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    Lovely! It's a prize winner for sure!

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    Wow, that's nice!! Love the applique and love the loops on the edges!

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    Love your wall hanging. It looks challenging to me..no pun intended!
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

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    Wow ! That is awesome ! You should win the challenge for sure. Beautiful wall hanging.
    Have a Blessed & Prosperous Day !
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    Wow! That's incredible! And beautiful!

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    Oh, wow, so amazing.
    Retired teacher, loving it.
    Love quilting also.

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    Wow! The center is beautiful, and the outside adds so much interest.

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    That’s gorgeous! How did you make the loop border?

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