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Thread: victorian roses

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    Super Member donna873's Avatar
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    I have had this fabric for a few years and did not have the heart to cut it.. so I kept it almost whole..just cut it in half and made two quick quilts..
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    great idea!

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    Very pretty.

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    I have problems cutting certain fabric to. Sometimes the beauty is in the fabric itself. It is beautiful!

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    Good way to "save" your favorite fabric and make a quick quilt too. Creative problem solving at its best.

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    Pretty quilts! Sometimes the simple ones are the best! Love the fabrics!

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    thank you, I really enjoyed making them.

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    thank you for the idea.your quilts are so pretty.I have some fabric I will use like this.

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    I think that you made a great decision!!
    The twin quilts are lovely.

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    Don't you just love those quick quilts. Very pretty and sew easy.

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    What a wonderful idea. They are lovely. Nice job. Thank you for sharing.

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    I have a few fabric I'm going to do that to. Yours looks great!!

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    so very pretty!! Love the simplicity of it.

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    Cute! They would make nice baby quilts and so quick. I'll have to remember this.

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    Love them!

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    Love it, I love roses!

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    I like that look, nice simple and still looks very nice !

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    They look elegant. Good idea

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    Very pretty.
    That's a great idea! :thumbup:

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    I like your idea. Shows the fabric great & still makes a pretty
    quilt.

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    Very pretty!

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    What a great idea. I love the result.

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    Pretty

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    Good idea.

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    I was afraid to look! I loooooove, love, love victorian, shabby chic fabric! Those are lovely!

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