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Thread: When others inspire

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    i love it,and i love the colors

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    Really nice! I am about to start a lap quilt that I want to be reversible. Yours is an inspiration.
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    What a great quilt, I like the scrappy carpenter's wheel. I like the contrast in the string side too.
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    Wow! I know how much effort you put in this. I just finished a top, baby size, with the star pattern. It equals about one of your blocks. It took me a few days. Of course I was working with gingham which is always a treat. NOT! Great job

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    Very pretty! Great job !!
    Have a Blessed & Prosperous Day !
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    love your quilts/quilts....... you are amazing. I would have made it two quilts ...... just beautiful
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    I was curious, is it out of a book or did you just do the two blocks and quilt them together and put the sashing on? I know how the reversible quilts go together and i have the buggy wheels pattern, I was actually making it for my daughter but I changed the pattern because I was getting crunched for time. I have a few blocks ready though and could finish. I'm guessing you did the string blocks on batting then quilted the buggy wheel block to the string quilt block? Beautiful quilt thanks for sharing and the inspiration!!
    *Rachel*

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    What a wonderful quilt, and from scraps, perfect.

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    Calicojoan it is just stunning, and what work you put into it, both sides are just beautiful.
    Ooops and I love your colours.
    God Bless you all.
    Heather.

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    I love your quilt and I get how to do the strippy blocks but did you make the carpenters squares and then use them as the backing? I'd love to know.

    Thanks, Melinda
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    WoW you out did yourself!! I wouldn't know which side to use as both are stunning~!

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    WOW! Your quilt looks wonderful! I really like that it's reversible! Great job getting rid of your scraps!

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