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I don't know why I've been getting rose quilts lately. Here is another one I quilted for my neighbor. This rose pattern was digitized by JoAnn Hoffman (www.compuquilterdesigns.com) at the same time as the Cottage Rose patterns. I like the simplicity of the piecing, it shows the quilting well. The design is a motif that I did in linear lines and added more leaves freehand between motifs to make an over-all.

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Cheryl Uribe

Livermore, California ~45 miles east of San Francisco

APQS Representative/Educator

Since 2004

Sales, Demonstrations & Education

www.gizmogirlquilts.com

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Cheryl,

If you don't quit posting these I'm going to want a compuquilter!!!!!!!! :P

You're scaring my husband! :o

Really, I love the rose design. I just love looking at the quilting on quilts.

Thanks for inspiring me.

Jackie

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for the PRIVATE email telling me I had missed a spot! Well, it's not the first time and it won't be the last! As much as I think I'm perfect I keep proving myself wrong. Oh well! Putting the quilt back on right now. Glad it's not to big!

Jackie, I wasn't TRYING to entice you but.......

It is fun having the options the CQ gives you. Not for everyone though. I LOVE the time it saves me. It has brought me much joy!


Cheryl Uribe

Livermore, California ~45 miles east of San Francisco

APQS Representative/Educator

Since 2004

Sales, Demonstrations & Education

www.gizmogirlquilts.com

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Cheryl,

Lovin' the quilt, lovin' the quilting, and covering your backside! ;)


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Where??? She did not! Where do you see a blank spot on that quilt? Nowhere! Funny somebody just had this discussion, didn't they? But that was about a customer forgetting something or stitching something wrong. LOL! We ARE perfectionists, aren't we?

I still do NOT see a blank spot...... wierd.


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The top mauve bar, about a third of the way in from the left right above the rose motif. We need Ramona Linda to circle it!


Cheryl Uribe

Livermore, California ~45 miles east of San Francisco

APQS Representative/Educator

Since 2004

Sales, Demonstrations & Education

www.gizmogirlquilts.com

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I think the only reason I saw it was because the first place I looked was at the rose just above it and to the left and was tracing the rose with my mouse! PPP!


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