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Thread: Quilts I have finally finished

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    Senior Member probles's Avatar
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    I work on multiple projects at a time. While I am in piecing mode, I set others aside. Sometimes all I want to do is quilt. Then I bring out the quilt tops that need quilting. After they are quilted, I am pretty good about getting binding on them right away.

    I love working on these. I love finishing them. But sometimes when I am finished I almost feel a depression about them. Quilting is like reading a book in that you get engrossed in the subject matter and character of it. Then when it is done you realize you will not have it to work on any longer. That is why I have to hold on to my quilts for a few months before giving them away. I am just not ready to say goodbye.

    I pieced and quilted each of these myself. On the larger ones I quilt them on my daughters long arm machine. Thank goodness she has it for me to use or my quilts would never get quilted.

    Jacobean Arbor fabric from Timeless Treasures. Purchased the fabric about 3 years ago.
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    Called loveable Rabbits. It is just a small wall hanging.
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    Sixties Reminder. I call it that because of the flowers and polka dots throughout the quilt. It is my own design. I made it long to use across the end of a bed. The sun is shining on it, therefor the color differences on the white.
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    Very pretty!

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    really nice work!

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    Very nice. I like your design in the 3rd quilt, a good use of multiple fabrics. Is the blue in the first quilt really that vivid? It's beautiful.

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    Very nice work! They are so beautiful!

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    Great quilts, you must be pleased to have them completed & ready to enjoy.

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    very nice thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunster
    Very nice. I like your design in the 3rd quilt, a good use of multiple fabrics. Is the blue in the first quilt really that vivid? It's beautiful.
    It is. It is a beautiful turquoise fabric. The rest of the fabric has the same color running through it. Just hard to see in the pictures I took.

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    Very pretty love the colors, you did a great job

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    Very nice

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