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    Default seen in Las Vegas

    At an Art Studio in The Venetian Resort. Very interesting to look at. These are done in leathers....

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    Default Re: seen in Las Vegas

    I'm not going to say "not my style".... Perhaps I'll just say, "What happens in Vegas should stay in Vegas".

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    Default Re: seen in Las Vegas

    Quote Originally Posted by aaron View Post
    i'm not going to say "not my style".... Perhaps i'll just say, "what happens in vegas should stay in vegas".
    :d :d :d +1

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    Default Re: seen in Las Vegas

    Ok, stick with me for just a sec... I know a couple of very serious quilters and quilt collectors. These ladies have a fantastic eye for color and pattern combinations. And, they have gorgeous collections of fabric just waiting to be included in their future projects. I know not everyone gets the quilt thing, but these ladies aren't the stereotypical "grannies" that many think of when someone mentions quilters. (Nothing wrong with grannies! I loved mine!) So, when I look at those Las Vegas pieces, I think of what they would look like with completely different leather colors and patterns. I really do believe they would resemble gorgeous quilts! And, although the pictured pieces aren't for me, I probably would go for a traditional wing chair that resembles a well-thought quilt.

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