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Thread: Last quilt for Father's Siblings

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    This is the final quilt for my youngest uncle. This takes care of all of my father's brothers & sisters. I used another set of wildlife panels with accent blocks to set-off the center and sewed on borders. There is still one small mistake on it but I know my uncle won't notice (or care).
    Thanks for looking.

    Overall quilt
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    Close-up of some of the "Filler" blocks
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    Another close-up. The SID and pheasant outline does not show up very well
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    Backing & Label
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    very handsom

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    Great Job, love the way you have picked out the colors from the pheasant panel.
    Beautifully done!

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    Very nice!

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    Very nice. It makes me anxious for Sept so I can do a similar one for my son's birthday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suezquilts
    Great Job, love the way you have picked out the colors from the pheasant panel.
    Beautifully done!
    Believe it or not, that was truly by accident! :oops:

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    Your quilt is lovely - you did a nice job on it and I am sure your uncle will be pleased. Everytime I see that fabric panel it makes me feel all soft inside because I used that same panel to make my dad a throw quilt and cushions for the back of his wheelchair before he past away.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Sherryl
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    Beautiful quilt.

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    Great job, I love it.

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    nice job....

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