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Thread: First Landscape Quilt

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    This quilt ended up way beyond what I thought I could do. I have to thank God for the bright ideas and my husband for his artistic monitering. My 13 yr old grandson hopefully, will be blown away by this Christmas gift.
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    If your gandson doesn't like it, you can send it my way!! GREAT QUILT! Are all those little waves pieced out of tiny squares? Wow!

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    You should be very proud, that's a wonderful piece. What size is it?

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    Beautiful quilt & I thank you for sharing it with us.

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    I made it to fit his full size bed. It is now quilted and ready for the border, which will make it 83x98.

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    Yes. I made a series of rows sideways and then cut and sew them together to form the wave pattern.

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    WoW! This is beautiful! You did an excellent job! :thumbup:

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    Forget Calgon! I want the ocean...great job! :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by ann reagan
    Yes. I made a series of rows sideways and then cut and sew them together to form the wave pattern.
    I love this quilt! What a fun quilt for your grandson, and if he's not interested, I'll fight annamarie for it. :lol:
    I love how you made the waves. Great technique. :thumbup:

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    Love the flamingos!!!!! Are you in FL?

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