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Thread: Under the Sea

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    Quote Originally Posted by summitbay View Post
    I think you both must have a lot of fun with this project. Planning it, creating it, and sharing it. I hope you are pleased and love it. I have really enjoyed seeing it!
    Ditto..............

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    How fun! I love that you were able to swap fabrics with a friend. You have a great variety of sea creatures.

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    Great work. You are very talented.

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    Wow so much work and so worth it. Love your turtle too.
    SEW MUCH FUN!

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    Great job! I hope to start my Seawell Collage quilt soon and you've given me a great idea for dimension with the seaweed.
    Joyce

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    Very nice and so creative how you embellished. Love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmoore View Post
    What an awesome and creative quilt...looks like it was a fun project. I will keep my eyes open for hers too.
    Hi All. I am Kathy's lake house friend and I just want to say that we have SO MUCH FUN every Summer, working on some type of wall art quilt. As Kathy mentioned, my underwater quilt is a "Triptych" ... Three separate quilts that capture one single scene. That alone tells you that it has been a very time-consuming project. The background to my scene is pieced diamonds ... which also consumed a tremendous amount of hours to complete. So, yes, I will definitely share with all of you upon completion .... but it is not even close to completion.

    I want to give a "shout out" to Kathy for her Under The Sea quilt .... Beautifully done!!!

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    WOW! Fabulous design and workmanship.

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