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Thread: The Drunkard's Path (sunglasses needed)

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    The Drunkard's Path (sunglasses needed)

    My grandmother once made a quilt by this name. It is fantastic, and I am so proud to have it now.
    This is not the correct design as many of you quilters will know, but this is my AR quilt made tonight by hand stitch by stitch.
    Thanks to Mr. Pinckney for teaching this fun stuff!
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    Poor Sandra...you fingers must be so sore from doing all that stitching piece by piece this evening....
    Seriously, this is great Sandy! The memories of the quilting frames is still fresh in my mind. Well done.
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    Sore fingers and tired eyes! Amazing amount of work and well worth it! Just beautiful!

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    totally amazing work!. I would love to see this as a large 3'x4' print... it is stunning

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    Sandy, this is so wonderful, And that stiching is hard. I still have my quilt frame but there has been no action on it for many a year

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    This would be some cool quilt! Looks like it would be lot's 'o work though.
    Very nice!
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    Hi Mike, yes, they are....from holding the wacom pen! hehehe.
    My husband and brother in law built a table for me and I plan on having my friends over this summer to sew with me...I am so looking forward to it. Maybe I can incorporate some of these designs into an actual quilt.

    Thanks so much dear Deb!

    ghx, Thanks so much! Since you like it so much I will increase the res and upload it to my zazzle store soon, I appreciate your kind comment!

    Jean, Thank you. So you are a quilter too! This is something that I have wanted to get into for a while. More for wall art actually, so there is no telling what I will make this summer. Might be pretty funny being my first time. I so love to sew clothing and crafts though.

    You are right dear Neal-a lot of work indeed! Thank you dear friend!

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    WOW I would not want the task of putting this together
    Super work dear friend
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    Nicely done, Alexandra! Its interesting how if you stare at it a bit things start moving. Good luck with your summer adventure.
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