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November 09, 2012

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Mary on Lake Pulaski

I don't know if I could have unsewn all of that beautiful applique. But now that it's finished...good for you!

Janet

I've always loved your version of this quilt. I'd never of noticed :0) But I can understand your need to fix it - lol!

Raewyn

It is really really lovely!! It does look ,ore balanced with the error fixed, but I don't think I would have noticed it if you hadn't said!!

LoriD

I would have never changed it! But it wouldn't have bothered me.:) Glad you did what was necessary. it is so gorgeous!

Florence Kensek

God bless your patience!! It's gorgeous!
Florence

Ruthie

I guess I don't understand why you changed it. The orientation of the top and bottom are the same also.

Mary Burns

I would have never ever caught that one! Love It, Hugs, Mary

Sharyn

I have a Yule quilt that had been finished for about 10 years before I noticed the top vine didn't have any leaves or flowers at all. If we were perfect no one would love us!

margaret

This quilt is much lovelier in person. I am so fortunate to be able to quilt it for you. Sometime next week I should have started some of the "prettier" quilting (Just ditching away right now!)

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