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    #16
    Originally posted by Bubby View Post
    I love this quilt. Awesome quilting and color choices! I hope you will keep this one.
    This will be one of the GC quilts. I have plenty of quilts for DH and I to keep warm and I'm not much of a decorator so my needs are slim. This is probably the last year I will make them all a quilt for Christmas. They will each have three large quilts which should be enough for them to take when they start their own families. Then I can make something for me to treasure. Plenty of time.
    success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiam
    Terry of NC

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      #17
      Terry, you’re a wonder 💕 It’s gorgeous and you’re so generous to make all these in such a short time too! Amazing 🧵🧵💕💕
      💫 Anita......Star lover❣️

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        #18
        Your quilt is amazing, The colors are so pretty and your quilting takes it to another level! Beautiful!

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          #19
          Wow, wow! That is beautiful, your quilting is outstanding! You are so fast !

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            #20
            Not so fast. Seems like that one took 4 days to lay out, 4 days to piece, a day to sandwich and 4 days to quilt. These are long days mind you. At least 6-8 hours each. I am just a nose to the grindstone person
            success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiam
            Terry of NC

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              #21
              Oh, Terry, it's lovely! I love this pattern, and your quilting is amazing! I need you to come to Connecticut and give me some lessons!

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                #22
                Wonderful work. Very amazing at everyone's level of quilting expertise!!

                Retha

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                  #23
                  Originally posted by SallyO'Sews View Post
                  Oh, Terry, it's lovely! I love this pattern, and your quilting is amazing! I need you to come to Connecticut and give me some lessons!
                  practice, practice, practice. I've apparently worn out 3 brand new vikings learning to fmq. ha ha
                  success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiam
                  Terry of NC

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