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Topic: WIP finally done..started in 1988!  (Read 3875 times)
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« Reply #30 on: February 21, 2013 04:43:54 AM »

You go girl!  I have one that's 90% hand quilted since about the same time.  LOL  Carpal tunnel is keeping me from tackleing the finish.  Guess my daughter will inherit this UFO. Grin

thanks hon...wow 90% hand quilted..that is amazing..I certainly wouldn't have had the patience for that!!!
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« Reply #31 on: March 27, 2013 11:50:48 PM »

I congratulate you. It may not be the most beautiful or perfect. I feel it tells a story, not necessarily the fabrics themselves, but as a whole.  You accomplished so much and whether you liked it or not, it was always there with you. Let it be a strong positive for you, something you started and kept going, a wonderful accomplishment, especially in todays world where so many give up so easily. It is a life story of a different kind.
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« Reply #32 on: March 28, 2013 03:11:51 PM »

I congratulate you. It may not be the most beautiful or perfect. I feel it tells a story, not necessarily the fabrics themselves, but as a whole.  You accomplished so much and whether you liked it or not, it was always there with you. Let it be a strong positive for you, something you started and kept going, a wonderful accomplishment, especially in todays world where so many give up so easily. It is a life story of a different kind.


thank you so much, those are beautiful words...actually I am learning to like this quilt after all. it is on the spare bed and I see it every day..I need to pause at it a little more and appreciate the journey that it represents..thanks
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