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Thread: Quilts I made for Christmas

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    Quilts I made for Christmas

    Here are some of the quilts I made for Christmas this past year. Sorry for the bad layout of the quilts; I had to just toss them over a table and snap pictures at the last second before they were all given away!

    The OBW I made for my sister; back (showing the panel I used) & the front:




    My first Bargello; for my Mom (guess what her 2 favorite colors are?)




    Skulls and flames and dragons for my nephew:




    Pink kitty-cats for my niece: (I really hated this quilt by the time I was done. SO MANY LOST POINTS! Some of these cats must have had a rough life because there are some oddly shaped ears! LOL)



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    Great quilts. You did a very good IMHO.
    Sue
    Face the sun and keep your shadow at your back.
    And it never hurts to keep an angel on your shoulder.

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    Job ... Forgot to say that. Silly me.
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    And it never hurts to keep an angel on your shoulder.

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    Part two!

    More kitties; this one went to my husband's grandma (who loves cats, and pink and yellow):




    This started as a "racer" just to try one out, but then I chopped it up and added sashing and decided it would be perfect for my father-in-law: (I think I've posted in-progress pics of this one)




    For my mother-in-law, some pretty birds! It looks kind of drab and blurry in these pics - it's a lot more rich in person.




    For my cousin & his wife, a last-second quilt. I made this start-to-finish in one weekend!




    And a couple of easy little quilts for their two boys:






    Last one I have pics for is a very simple d9p for my brother-in-law:




    Thanks for looking!

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    You were a busy quilter last year! Thanks for sharing all your lovely work.
    God Bless,
    Rachel

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    Boy you did an amzing about of work last year. But a great job on then all,thanks for sharing.
    learn each and every day,memories or play.

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    Wow, you were busy! Good job on all of them. I had a cat once whose one ear was burned in a fire. You can just pretend that quilt is in memory of Midnight

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    Loved them all, but the kitties were my favorites!!!!!

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    nicely done
    Nancy in western NY

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    Great work, boy you sure were busy!!!!

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