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Linnett18/06/2008 14:24:00
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I wish I could do something like this it is beautifully made
Ruth Carter-Hale18/06/2008 18:03:00
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its great, i love the flowers and the bird coming into the border and i love the dogs.
Maureen Brown19/06/2008 15:13:00
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Hi thanks for your comments I appreciate it . I have only been doing quilting for 2 years and really it was quite easy to do , I copied one dog on the computer then shrunk it by 25% to get the perspective right I also added some mountains in the background to opp's hide a mistake ..... and the flower and bird are just appliquid on,  have ago it's easier than you think. regards Maureen
Maureen Brown19/06/2008 15:14:00
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Hi thanks for your comments I appreciate it . I have only been doing quilting for 2 years and really it was quite easy to do , I copied one dog on the computer then shrunk it by 25% to get the perspective right I also added some mountains in the background to opp's hide a mistake ..... and the flower and bird are just appliquid on,  have ago it's easier than you think. regards Maureen

Ann Cook05/07/2008 16:04:00
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Hi I think your quilt is lovely and so colourful.  I also made a quilt in memory of my four border collies we have loved over the past 35 years.  Mine was made using log cabin and was titled "Walk in the Forest" which was a challenge project at my Patchwork and quilting club.

Babs23/07/2008 18:11:00
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Hi Maureen, My, you have used lots of different techniques in your quilt - particularly like the pieced background. Very effective. My maiden name is Brown - any relation?
Caz23/07/2008 19:24:00
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Heh Babs!

Just read your last post, and guess what---- my maiden name is Brown too!!!!!

My dad was from Scotland and moved to London- maybe in the 1950's.

Small world, coz Tess has my married surname.   Caz   

Margaret Goodson25/08/2008 19:21:00
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What a wonderful quilt!  Is it your own design or a purchased pattern?
helen G25/09/2008 15:12:00
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HELLO.  hAD INTENDED a short sewing spell but the computer has me hooked instead, finding out all sorts of things.  One day perhaps I too will have something to show, no camera as yet.  Enjoying all the pictures, loved the dogs. I have a corgi so... one day. ...Helen G.Did attempt an introduction it is in the computer somewhere.  I am an ancient quilter, both in years also quilting years.  attempting  to be a surfer  also  mainly to keep in  to keep in touch with the family.
Jean12/10/2008 15:15:00
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Hi I think your quilt is wonderful and just hope that one day I might be able to make one as nice.  Thankyou for sharing you ideas with the computer will have to try it out.

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