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Sun, Nov 18, 07 at 20:28

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RE: Scrap Quilt Class more pics

Wow. That is fantastic.

beverly


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Beautiful quilt ~ Lovely work.

Liz


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Wow, is right! Is it put together like a Row By Row?

I don't think I have that much in my scrap drawers.

SharonG/FL


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You do beautiful work.I think you're very talented.TFS.
~Geraldine


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Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for posting. Kay


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Wow! TFP!

Gwen


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Thank you for all your kind comments. This is a row quilt that I saw as an ad and used it for inspiration. I used the courthouse step block to establish how wide it would be. The patchwork rows are about 10" deep. All the blocks are 3-4" and if you look closely mainly 3 strips sewed together, cut and turned different ways. I was recovering from an illness when I made this...wasn't feeling up to doing much but could putter around with this. My quilt friends helped me put it together and get it finished for our annual quilt show. It certainly was no prize winner but was a good conversation piece.

Now I am so interested in Teresa's scrap quilts and she has so many wonderful ideas that I want to make one of each. I look forward to seeing what everyone makes.
Jean


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