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Thread: 2 WIP charity quilts

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    Both are very pretty but I really like the 2nd one the best!! Nice job!
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    WOW! They are gorgeous!
    I hope your wrist has healed!!!!

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    Terrific quilts! Bless you for doing these for them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by laceybritt View Post
    Gorgeous!! Isn't it so annoying not to be able to quilt?? Hope you and hubby heal fast.
    These are FABULOUS! And I agree... nothing is poopier than having things you want to work on & not being able to! But you're luckhy to have a quilting pal to help you out. It's a circle, isn't it? She helps you, you help the facility, they help your DH, it just goes round & round... perfect!
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    Yes, it is a circle. She and I often help each other out. Now that my wrist is mainly back up to par, I finished off the rest of the quilts and will deliver them this week.

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    Beautiful.............

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    Thank you all. The first is one of several QAYG lap quilts I've done recently putting a central block on point and adding strips around that, log cabin style. It is remarkably fast for a quilt that, IMHO, looks rather sharp. I think this is a good way to use large orphan blocks, square panels and some large scale prints.

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