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Thread: The Earth Our Ark - Wildlife I Spy (WIP, early draft)

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    A little while ago I was asking on this board about quilt sizes for young children. Thanks to you all, I'm now ready to begin a twin-size quilt for my 4yo nephew!! I'm so excited.

    Here's a first impression of what I'm doing...

    The Earth Our Ark
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    I like where you are going with this quilt. a 4 year old or 40 year old will love it!

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    Really a cute quilt and one he can grow up with. I like the realism.

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    That is going to be one fantastic quilt! Make sure and let us see when you're done!

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    Wow your off to a great start there. Would love the updates.
    I love the fabrics. :thumbup:

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    It will be nice, hand piecing . Right?
    You have many pic for animals Where u get them ?or during years u collect
    go 4 it

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    Thank you, glad you like it! :D I'll definitely post updates when they happen.

    Sewsan, there's no hand piecing involved, there will be triangles in between the hexagons so I can strip piece. I'll post pictures once I get to that stage...

    The animal prints are mostly from one source, favoritefabrics.com. Not the cheapest, but nice fabrics. I didn't have years for collecting fabrics, lol! Only started a few months ago. :-)

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    Wow! I can't wait to see this one completed!

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    Looks wonderful. Please post pictures of the final quilt.

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    I've made quite a few I Spy quilts but never with a theme--great idea!1!

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