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Thread: Pics of My First Quilt as Promised...It's DONE! YAY!

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    Senior Member motomom's Avatar
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    Here it is. Not perfect, but finished.
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    This is GREAT!

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    Wow!! Beautiful! :) What are you going to make next? :)

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    More pics.
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    And the last 3.
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    Looks great. I love your little hand-quilted rocket ships!!!! Thanks for sharing. You are off to a great start!!

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    Next I have a special quilt in the works with airplanes as the theme. For my son, who is about to enter Navy flight school. I am working on piecing the top now. Unlike this one, almost every block is different, so it is taking me a while to get it finished and ready to quilt.

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    So, can you guys see my biggest mistake of the whole thing? The little booklet I started with had this pattern called Monkey Wrench, so that is what I called it. However, when I was putting the blocks together, I switched every other blue set so that the fabric was on the inside of the block on one side, but on the outside of the block on the other side. I had all the blocks finished before I noticed. :x So I left them! I decided it was a "learning" quilt anyway, and I've never been fond of ripping.

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    My goodness that's great and you say it's your first quilt? You did a wonderful job!

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    What a BEAUTIFUL quilt, you have made!! :D
    I just love everything about it. Now I can hardly
    wait to see what's next!! Keep up the good work.
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