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Thread: Nephew-to-be Braden's quilt

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    Senior Member G'ma Kay's Avatar
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    Nephew-to-be Braden's quilt

    It's been a while since I posted pics. Hope this works like I think it will. I am a procrastinator. Is there a 12 step program for me? I finished this quilt yesterday and the shower was today. I wanted baby camo, since this is Whitetail deer country, but couldn't find any in cotton, so I went with batiks. This pattern was very easy, I will certainly make it again. Thanks for looking. My quilting needs the galloping horse approach, so don't peruse to closely...
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    G'ma Kay,

    That is a very nice quilt and I personally think your quilting is wonderful. What does the "galloping horse" approach mean? By the way, I am also a procrastinator, always have been and probably always will be. Sometimes I think it is an affliction (and I don't like it.)
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    It's wonderful!!!
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    Kitsy - the "galloping horse rule" means that if a man on a galloping horse can't see anything wrong, then nothing is wrong!!! Lots of us (including me) need to invoke the rule on occasion, although we try to not need it!
    We are here to learn how to live in heaven - I'm still learning.

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    Love the colors. Very nice
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    Nice looking quilt.
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    love the way you made your quilt.
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Great-looking quilt! The colors go together nicely.

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    Oh that is so pretty!
    Grandma of 5 beautiful grand kids, and 4 crazy cats!

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    I think your quilt is fabulous!!! Am sure it'll be well received

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