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Thread: pix of my 1st quilt, 2 of 2

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    Mamapeach417's Avatar
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    Some of the pictures were a little crappy because I had to scan them in. I hope they meet with the high quality work I've seen here by all you wonderful quilters. :mrgreen:

    Gift for my youngest brother, Scott who loves wolves & actually has one for a pet. (1/2 wolf, 1/2 dog)
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    Josh, 1st son loves green.
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    Wedding gift for friends in England
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamapeach417
    Some of the pictures were a little crappy because I had to scan them in. I hope they meet with the high quality work I've seen here by all you wonderful quilters. :mrgreen:
    Ha! I'm just an amateur, so I think your post should say "meets or exceeds"...your work is some of best I've seen!
    Also, weren't Siberian Huskies just domesticated wolves? High wolf content (HAHAHA) anyway.

    and... I love the line in your sig...SO TRUE!

    Thanks for sharing these wonderful beauties!

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    Those are beautiful quilts! I think you have some hours into those. Very nice gifts! Thank you for sharing them. My SIL would love the wolf quilt!

    Pam

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    they are all great. you should never hesitate to show your work! :P

    my favorite is the storm at sea.

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    Beautiful, all of them. I have never made a syorm at sea, but your fabric choices were the best! Another entry on the long, long, long someday list.

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    Thanks everyone. And yes, I do have a lot of hours into each. As for the wolf, here are a few of the closer -ups. I just loved the wolves running all around the edge.

    I had the Storm at Sea on the quilt rack during one of our sons grad parties. Everyone came in to see it & thought it was moving. They also thought it was curved, but it's just an illusion. They're all straight lines. I think that's one of the things that attracted me to that pattern. Now my daughter wants one like it. She says she's outgrown the "little girl" flowers. :D
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    Great job on all of the quilts and thanks for sharing. I really like the storm at sea. I think that I'm going to have to find that pattern and do one of those. Keep up the great work.

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    I love illusions, and your storm quilt is just that. What a beautiful job you did :D

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    Wonderful work! I love your color choices, fabric is really a work of heart art, isn't it?

    Please show us your work, it's beautiful.

    Sharon

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    Oh goodie, more of your gorgeous quilts to view! I like them all so much I can't pick a favorite, although that storm at sea takes my breath away. I love the colors! I'm working on a mini-storm at sea in similar colors and it's a pain. Such little pieces to paper-piece. I many never finish it. :)

    Keep em coming. I'm enjoying your work. :)

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