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Thread: Parents/Son Coordinating Wildlife Quilts Finished

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    Parents/Son Coordinating Wildlife Quilts Finished

    I made the first quilt for my son and DIL for Christmas. I decided to piece a back for their quilt with the leftover fabric. Then I decided that I liked the way it was coming together so changed my mind and finished it up for my 7-year old grandson to give to him next Christmas. He thinks whatever daddy does is pretty okay so I hope he will like this quilt. I finished the binding yesterday and one Christmas gift is done for next year! I hope you enjoy.Click image for larger version. 

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    Parents quilt is to the left and grandson's quilt is to the right. His is MUCH smaller.

    Orphan practice block that I put in upper right corner. Had to rip border off and add a row of flying geese as I decided it wasn't quite long enough. Better to do that the first time around.
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    Love them both!! Beautiful quilts!
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    Great job on both of them and yea on having one 2013 Christmas present done.
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    Wow, they are both great. You certainly are ahead of the game.
    10-2-12, the lucky day I became a granny! I just love my Avatar photo. That is my grandson. He has his hands thrown up in childish abandon trying to catch bubbles. Even though you can't see his face clearly, the look on his face steals my heart. It's my favorite.

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    nicely done
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    You did a wonderful job on both quilts!!!!!

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    Great job on both and I love the color combinations.

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    Beautiful.

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