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Thread: Two Linus quilts completed

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    Two Linus quilts completed

    The floral blocks in the first quilt are cut from a panel. The doggy blocks in the second quilt were fussy cut fron yardage and then bordered twice.
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    They are great!!!
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    you did a really nice job on those
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    QFK will be thrilled with your quilts!
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    no pics to view. I had one other that didn't come up with pics either.

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    Both quilts are super!
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    me too. what are we doing wrong???

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    Very cute, I think they will bring a big smile to the faces of their recipients!
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    Both will be loved and cherished !
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    I dont see pics either. I wonder why some can and some cannot?

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    No pictures showing for me either. Red x's like an earlier one.
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    I can't get the red xs to show pics, I tried last night also, no luck.
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    Great quilts, especially like the doggies

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    Very pretty work with panels and fussy cuts

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    No pics here either I tried too!!!!
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    Dianne, You have picked great themes for Linus quilts. I can just imagine a teen-age girl loving that floral bouquet quilt, and a little guy cuddling up with the puppies. What a great job you did on these two beautiful quilts. Great work, and thanks for caring for people you might never meet.

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    Love the puppy quilt... shhhhhhhhhhhh.... my Siamese is listening.... uh oh!
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    [QUOTE=amyjo;4730764]no pics to view. I had one other that didn't come up with pics either.[/QUOTE
    Me too. just red x in box.

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    [QUOTE=fivepaws;4732753]
    Quote Originally Posted by amyjo View Post
    no pics to view. I had one other that didn't come up with pics either.[/QUOTE
    Me too. just red x in box.
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    Both of them are so nice! I especially love the way you did the ones with the dogs. What a great way to use smaller sized fussy cuts to "stretch" them into good sized squares. Really like this!

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    I can't see the pics either!

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    Love the doggie quilt. I may copy your idea.

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    Fantastic....love the doggie quilt.

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    Both are very cute.

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    Awesome quilts!
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