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Thread: My quilts :)

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    aaand even more.

    I love this picnic quilt. I made it for my mom over Memorial Day weekend. We sat in the sewing room all weekend and just chatted and laughed while I sewed this together and she pressed all the seams.

    My mom used to read that book to us "Love You Forever" by Robert Munsch and so I secretly quilted:
    "I'll Love You Forever
    I'll Like You For Always
    As Long As I'm Living,
    My Mommy You'll Be"



    picnic quilt
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    signed my quilt and wrote a description
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    i had a heck of a time figuring out the angles for this!
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    aaaaaand more !



    birds and flowers rag quilt. This was my favorite by far because of that birds and flowers fabric.
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    Quilt for the end of our bed, now used to cover the dog's cage.
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    pieced back, working my way through the quilting.
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    if you can believe it... there's more. I'm starting to feel a little overwhelmed by how many I have completed in a year.

    And now up to my latest quilt... the 1940's reproduction fabric quilt. I meant for this to be a modified coin quilt of sorts.... I really like how it turned out. I hope she likes it :)

    baby quilt I made for DH's cousin's baby.
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    1940's reproduction fabric by Moda... a wedding present for a girlfriend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justquilting
    Very nice!!
    The quilting is great!!
    You sure you've only been quilting a year & a half????????? :shock:

    Keep it up your doing great!! :D
    yeah!!! Thank you :)

    My husband and I moved to Wisconsin and I've stayed at home since... so I found something to do that filled my time... and I happened to loooooove it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa T
    Wow, you are amazing for only doing this a year and a half!!! I really like your sense of color. And your spiral quilting is so cool. I have not attempted that yet, and I have been quilting a lot longer than you- way to go!!!!
    Experiment with little things like placemats! You'll gain confidence. Do you have a darning foot?

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    Wow!! I loved looking at all your quilts!!! And love your quilting!!! Thanks so much for posting them!!!! :D :D

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    thanks!

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    I have say, these are beautiful, and help to inspire confidence in myself. I know one was hand quilted...were the rest machine quilted? Were they done on a long arm, or your regular machine?

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    Wow!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alimaui
    I have say, these are beautiful, and help to inspire confidence in myself. I know one was hand quilted...were the rest machine quilted? Were they done on a long arm, or your regular machine?
    my regular machine :P

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