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Thread: my black and white block exchange quilt, finished and quilted

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    Super Member Baren*eh*ked_canadian's Avatar
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    Well, here you go folks.

    I finished my B&W quilt, embroidered everybody's name and location on the back of the quilt, next to each person's block, then I quilted the whole thing.
    I just finished it this afternoon, it has just come out of the dryer and is still warm :)
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    Could we see the front? Not that the back isn't wonderful.......

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    There it is!! My computer is creaking like a crippled hamster.


    Nice quilt! :D

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    oops, forgot this one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa_wanna_b_quilter
    Could we see the front? Not that the back isn't wonderful.......
    Sorry, my compter was taking it's sweet time uploading the pics. I should have posted them in order. That's my fault.

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    Melanie, its wonderful. I love the pop of red and that you made them wonky. Well done!! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Looks great, Melanie. Looks like you may have used a poly batting, which will make it warm and comfy in the cold months ahead. :D

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    Red really does pop! Love the names on the back. The part where you mention still warm makes the whole thing sound so cozy.
    -Les

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    Melanie, it looks awesome. Great job!

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