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Thread: 2 years AHEAD of schedule -- GD's quilt

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    Super Member moonwork42029's Avatar
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    I guess I can say I'm ahead of schedule. The last quilt I did for our other GD didn't get started until she turned 2. I was a bad nana and actually forgot I didn't get her's made. The DS & DIL didn't make up their mind as to what the room was going to be done in and after several attempts I gave up...until she got PG again. That's when it clicked with me I never did do the quilt... Bad Nana, Bad Bad.

    So I did hers and figured I better get started on #3's.

    Well, Kelcey is 2 weeks old and I have her quilt finished! Had help from the board deciding on the boarder fabric but her Momma had the final say.

    This is the most quilting I have ever done on a project. Pretty basic in comparison to some of the outstanding projects I've seen on here, but I can say I'm pretty proud of it. Best of all , it was made with love and I can't do anything better than love. :)

    for our newest GD -- born 2 weeks ago
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    Polar fleece on the back -- most quilting I've ever done
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    Never been this detailed--was a challenge for me
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    Super Member Jan in VA's Avatar
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    It looks wonderful and you should be really proud of yourself! Think of all the time you have now to just enjoy her and make other things!

    Jan in VA

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    I can see you put a lot of love in that quilt. Congratulations on your new granddaughter!

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    Super Member moonwork42029's Avatar
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    Thanks...it looks a little wonky but it had been folded up when I asked the DH to hold it up for me to take a picture. Didn't take the time to smooth it out since he was nice enough to hold it for me.

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    wow, that is lovely
    Inever see to be ahead on quilts

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    Great job and congratulations!

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    What a wonderful quilt!!!

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    Very nice! And got it done in a reasonable amount of time. (I so get that). Very nice.

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    Cute, really cute.

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    Cute, really cute.

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