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Thread: Will the Wolf Survive?

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    Junior Member colleen1978's Avatar
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    This quilt should be in an art show...it evokes a lot of thought for me. Great work!

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    Great quilt. I never thought to make a round quilt.......very unique.

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    Oh wow. This is one beautiful piece of art. your quilt says exactly what it was meant to say. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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    Awesome!!!!

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    This is beautiful - I love the thread painting you did on it...the texture is wonderful!

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    From a person who has a passion for wolves I'm sitting here speechless looking at this beautiful work of art!

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    Oh my. That is gorgeous!

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    Really a great quilt.I love the way you put it together.

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    Awesome! :thumbup:

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    Super Wow!! Looks like a painting!! Great work!!

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    Hi, Susan.

    I posted a reply on your thread, but just wanted to let you know what a fantastic job you did! I love how you designed it.

    I would like to know where you found the cityscape fabric. As mentioned, I've been looking for fabric with tall buildings on it, for a cityscape idea I have.

    If you have any scraps or pieces that you'd be willing to part with, I'd love to buy them from you (or swap). What I have in mind are 12" blocks of favorite places around the city, so I don't need much to include as backgrounds in some of the blocks.

    Thanks for taking the time to read this.

    Jo

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    Wow! What a stunning and meaningful quilt. :thumbup:

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    WOW, you are an artist...

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    What a stunning piece of art! Thanks for sharing it with us.

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    It is beautiful.

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    Stunning! Love the way you did your binding, never would of thought of that. Thank you for sharing.

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    WOW you have done a great job. I just wished i had the nerve to try it. ;-)

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    Wow. That is gorgeous.

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    Excellent job! it is beautiful and your work is wonderful!

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    Thank you all for your kind comments!

    You can purchase the pattern or the kit from: http://www.thegypsyquilter.com/bigfo...toncompany.htm

    I bought my pattern at the quilt show in Spokane. I hunted for fabrics on a trip from Washington to Florida!

    The cityscape material...I don't have any more, but it is a Blank fabric called City Limits, pattern no. BTR 4804 (I called the store I purchased it from, The Fabric Patch, in Ephrata, WA (509) 754-8280 and they do still have it if you want to call them and order from them).

    Hope that helps!

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    Excellent! You do very good work.

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    Beautiful a true work of art.

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    Amazing job! Great detail.

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    AWESOME!

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    Did you sew down each individual piece or just quilt and catch the all the edges.

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