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Thread: Jumping for Joy

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    Community Manager PatriceJ's Avatar
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    DebJ wants to share this with us. I think you'll agree ... it's purdy. :P

    "The center area out to thru the large border area is the mystery quilt I did at quilt group New Years Eve this year. Well, I thought it a bit small for a lap quilt so I added the other borders in May then machine freemotion quilted it to give as a graduation gift to a young lady at out church who had been in my sunday school class back when she was five. She has grown up to be a fine person. I hope the picture is reasonably good. (having problems with my camera) The closeups show where I stitched my name "Joy" in the center of a block and her name "Lindsey" in a border. I was just having a bit of fun." - DebJ
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    community benefactor Knot Sew's Avatar
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    DebJ , Very pretty and cheerful, I'm sure she loved it. And what a great way to start a new year :-) :D :D :D :D

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    Very very pretty I know Lindsey will love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    DebJ wants to share this with us. I think you'll agree ... it's purdy. :P

    "The center area out to thru the large border area is the mystery quilt I did at quilt group New Years Eve this year. Well, I thought it a bit small for a lap quilt so I added the other borders in May then machine freemotion quilted it to give as a graduation gift to a young lady at out church who had been in my sunday school class back when she was five. She has grown up to be a fine person. I hope the picture is reasonably good. (having problems with my camera) The closeups show where I stitched my name "Joy" in the center of a block and her name "Lindsey" in a border. I was just having a bit of fun." - DebJ
    DEB,.............Good Job,.....Love them Bright Color's............ :lol: :P

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    Great quilt! :thumbup: Your fabrics are wonderful!!!

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    Great showcase for your machine quilting skills. The little bits of orange really pops - very nice.

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    Great! What a sweet :D memory too.!

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    Great job! :thumbup: I love the fabrics and the color combinations and I adore that you wrote Joy and her name on the quilt. What a treasure for this girl to receive.

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    yes a nice happy quilt

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