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Thread: My "Not a Flag" Quilt

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    Senior Member quiltin-nannie's Avatar
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    My "Not a Flag" Quilt

    Went to a retreat at Needle in a Haystack in February with Jenny Doan. One of the projects was a wall hanging size flag. I did not want a flag, since I had one already, so decided to do something a little different. I started with two charm packs (only about 32 in each). It just kept growing and growing; I think I used 6 or 7 before I was done. My 13 year old granddaughter decided it should be a quilt for her. I hated to put a lot more money in it, so my sewing buddy went to the sale shelf at our favorite LQS on our sew day and found the borders. It's pretty wild, but Annaka (my DGD) loves it!
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    Good friends are like stars; you don't always see them, but you know they're always there!

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    Nice quilt. I love the colors.
    Fabric is like money, no matter how much you have it's never enough.

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    I love wild myself! I just made one in greens and haven't put a border on it yet. Yours turned out super!
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    nicely done
    Nancy in western NY

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    Very pretty

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    very nice job

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    What a great quilt! I love the colors and the border is wonderful. No wonder your granddaughter wants it.

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    it looks like it was a fun project

    nice

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    Very pretty happy quilt for your grandaughter!

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    Julie.....going to a retreat next weekend at the haystack....I am so excited! What a beautiful building! Did you enjoy your stay? We were wondering about the meals etc....

    michelle

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