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Thread: Mothers Day Lap Quilt

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    This was my 3rd attempt at quilting :roll: I used a windmill templete and didn't realize I shouldn't have had the fabric folded when cutting so I ended up with some piont going in backwards. All in all I think it turned out great and my MIL loved it
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    Pretty quilts

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    oh that is precious

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    awesome quilt, thanks for sharing

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    That is very pretty. I love the colors. So pretty and springlike. I'm glad she loved it. I do too. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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    Love the colors and thanks for sharing.

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    So Feminine I can see why she loved it :mrgreen: Great Job :thumbup:

    Where did you get the template for the windmill pattern ?

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    Very cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mom2boys
    This was my 3rd attempt at quilting :roll: I used a windmill templete and didn't realize I shouldn't have had the fabric folded when cutting so I ended up with some piont going in backwards. All in all I think it turned out great and my MIL loved it
    It is ALL about originality You did GOOD!

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    Junior Member mom2boys's Avatar
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    I bought it a JoAnns, the templete is by Omnigrid and called Easy Windmill
    Quote Originally Posted by sharon b
    So Feminine I can see why she loved it :mrgreen: Great Job :thumbup:

    Where did you get the template for the windmill pattern ?

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