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Thread: Here are a couple of other quilts

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    Senior Member lodad's Avatar
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    The first is a replica of a Frank Lloyd Wright window I made. Makes a nice window covering.
    [IMG]http://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x...d/DSC00290.jpg[/IMG]

    [IMG]http://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x...d/DSC00291.jpg[/IMG]

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    beautiful!

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    Absolutely stunning!

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    Gorgeous example of stained glass technique!

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    Beautifully put together...love the colours.

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    Looks like stained glass

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    You are certainly a prolific quilt maker. How long has it taken the quilts you have displayed? Are you one of these people who can put a quilt together in a day. They are all fantastic.

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    I really do like this
    judy

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    Quote Originally Posted by katesnanna
    You are certainly a prolific quilt maker. How long has it taken the quilts you have displayed? Are you one of these people who can put a quilt together in a day. They are all fantastic.
    I usually takes me 4-6 weeks to make a quilt. I hand quilt and that takes about a week.
    The small baby quilts I will complete in 2 days.

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    Gorgeous

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