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Cgirl

A truly beautiful quilt. May I suggest that instead of blank cornerstones you might use an outline of your home state, your state flag, your state bird, or any other reminder of your state.
I am way behind in my state flower squares but I will some day complete them all.

Beverly

Lovely!

Lavender Dreams

How beautiful! What a wonderful accomplishment and we have ALL enjoyed each of the state flowers! ♥

Bridgette

Congratulations to Cecile, I have yet to start:{
I also like her idea, plus I had no idea what to use for the binding, and green, is PERFECT!

Vee

Cecile's quilt came out beautifully! I also like the fact that she didn't border each block...very sweet!

Barb

Wow! Celine! You rock!! I am so impressed that she has them all embroidered and made into a quilt! Amazing and beautiful!!

It is so much fun to see the finished quilt - thanks so much for sharing this photo. Won't it be fun to see what everyone does?

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