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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: Australian Aboriginal modern quilt

    Wow it looks fabulous!
    Anita G.

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    Missouri Star

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    I love this quilt. It's beautiful.
    The pattern you chose definitely shows off that fabulous fabric!

    Sheep Farmer by day........Quilter-in-Training by night
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    Oh, cool! This looks very interesting and I like your fabrics. Very nice!

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    I love this, beautiful fabrics, interesting design!

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    Missouri Star

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    That is fantastic!!! I look at those fabrics and see wallets!!! Lots and lots of wallets!
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    Truly an amazing quilt! Is like nothing is ever seen before. Every single element enhances everything else in the quilt.

    BTW I lived in Australia for a couple of years. My memory is that "choko" isn't the most complimentary of terms. What's the hidden meaning in your online name?
    Toni ... If I keep sewing long enough, will they make their own dinner?

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    9 Patch Princess

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    Default Re: Australian Aboriginal modern quilt

    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarGramma View Post
    Truly an amazing quilt! Is like nothing is ever seen before. Every single element enhances everything else in the quilt.

    BTW I lived in Australia for a couple of years. My memory is that "choko" isn't the most complimentary of terms. What's the hidden meaning in your online name?
    Thank you for the compliment on the quilt top.

    As far as the "choko" -- it's short for chocolate boy's mom (to say that my son loves chocolate is an understatement). I grew up in Papua New Guinea. The way I remembered it, "choco" spelled with a 'c' was derogatory. Similar to calling someone a 'wog.'
    Thank you for stopping by, Chokoboysmom

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    Default Re: Australian Aboriginal modern quilt

    Gorgeous work. Wonderful job with the pattern piecing.

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