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Thread: Christmas quilt for my youngest DS

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    Senior Member sandybeach's Avatar
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    I made this quilt last winter from a BOM on the web. Unfortunately they quit submitting blocks with only one to go and no instructions for putting it together. Asked a friend and she helped me decide the final layout, even though I had to add two more rows. Asked my son if he would want it and he said "YES, it would make a great couch throw for he and his girlfriend". So I finished it. The back is flannel and quilted at the LQS.

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    DS's quilt with requisite approval of cat.
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    Beautiful. WOW and you finished without instructions. Great job!!! How frustrating that must have been for you. It turned out great.

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    Looks really GOOD!!! I love the colors!

    GREAT WORK!

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    A big thumbs up to you, for finishing without any instructions, it could so easily have been left and that would have been a real shame, as it has turned out lovely!!

    :D :D :thumbup: :thumbup: :D :D

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    It turned out beautifully! Great work! Make more!

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    beautiful Sandy! I have question about the headboard in your picture. Did you make that?

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    sew pretty and it even matches the quilt inspector

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    BEAUTIFUL! I love the colors. Great work! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Beautiful! And Kitty approved :wink:

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    babeegirl, Yes. It was very easy. Had Home Depot cut the wood for me. Drilled holes in it where I wanted the buttons (two holes for each). Covered it with 1/2 inch foam, batting, then the fabric. Covered the buttons and used fishing line to tie them in the back.

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