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Thread: Whew! A lot of quilting for a rag quilt.

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    Gorgeous! Very elegant.
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    The instructions for the 'bulls eye raggedy' are posted on page 13 of twinkie's post 'A Different Kind Of Scrappy Quilt'

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    Thank you for all the nice compliments. This board is where I find the greatest inspiration. Everyone has such beautiful ideas and creations. Ever since Twinke put hers on the board I've been waiting to make one. I had bought a kit at my LSQ store on sale, but didn't care for the pattern that came with it, so I made this one. Thanks again.
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    How pretty. I think you should do a tutorial for us!
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    WOW - Just gorgeous, great job and thank you for sharing.
    Have a Blessed day
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    Your quilt is so unique and so beautiful. Great job.
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    it is beautiful!! it that what they call cabbage roses? maybe i'm thinking French roses.
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    I LOVE that. Just stunning.

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    Great job - beautiful quilt!

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    Prettiest rag quilt I have ever seen it's stunning

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    Wow! That is just about the prettiest thing I have ever seen!

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    Very interesting and I have never seen this so it is unusual also. Pretty soft colors.

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    wow...what a beautiful quilt i luv the colors, pattern everything i too have never seen one done like this..is the pattern available anywhere?

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    I love this quilt.. Where do we get the pattern?

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    this has to be the prettiest rag quilt i have ever seen. i'm blown away by it.

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    I am not a fan of rag quilts, but yours is so different and so pretty.

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    that is one of the nicest rag quilts that I have seen thanks for showing us

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    Oh My, simply lovely. I would cherish a quilt like that!!

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    Beautiful! First time I've seen something like this.
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    Thanks for sharing your rag quilt. Love the pattern and colors you used. Nice job.
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    that is beautiful!!

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    Do you have a link to the pattern? It is beautiful.
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    That is a precious quilt! I love rag quilts!
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    I love seeing "adaptations".. yours is gorgeous.

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    This is a beauty, wonders never end what a quilter can't do. Thanks for sharing
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