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    Member chris-the-quilter's Avatar
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    help finishing a UFO

    have been re-organizing my Studio and have found an important UFO

    it's a Possibilities pattern from PS I Love you, book 1 or 2

    I have 10 and a bit of the pretty eight pointed Dresden plates, need to finish one and make another

    have some sashings cut too

    does anyone know the pattern I mean?

    just need a picture of the quilt to be able to finish and quilt it

    ...I put it away in 2000, after we lost the baby it was meant for, but I would like to finish it as a memory quilt

    thank you all
    Chris-the-quilter

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    I don't know the pattern, but I know someone here will. I am sorry for the loss of the baby. That had to have been so hard. I think finishing the quilt is a lovely idea.

    Dina

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    Making a memory quilt is a lovely idea. I have made several for others but none for a baby. I hope someone here can help with the pattern.
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    Sorry to here about your sad loss. The memory quilt is a fantastic idea. Sorry I was not quilting at the time but look forward to someone showing us the pattern as I am in the middle of a run of baby quilts for neighbours and friends.
    Finished is better than a UFO

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    I'm sorry, I don't have a picture of the layout. Maybe your local library would have a copy of the book?

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    I have the books....the quilt is in book 1...pages 26-27. I don't know how to get the picture onto the computer...but if no one else has helped you by mid day, my son could help me this afternoon after church...I will check back to see if anyone else has posted a picture.

    It is a great quilt...as are so many others...haven't had these books out in a long time....I think there may be quilts from these books in my dreams tonight! And maybe being sewn sometime in the future! They don't just have to be for babies!

    Sorry for your loss...I hope the memory quilt is healing for you.

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    Maybe this will help. I'm sorry for your loss.Name:  image.jpg
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    Oops, turned out too big.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltngolfer View Post
    Oops, turned out too big.
    Same picture I would have posted...so thank-you...and I have a feeling mine would have turned out just as large too.

    Chris-the-quilter...is that what you are needing? Let me know if you need further info.

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    THANK YOU!!

    Picture has enough information

    Can move forward and finish the quilt
    Chris-the-quilter

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