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Thread: Quilts I've made lately.

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    nicely done,so prolific!
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    I really love the 1st one, last one and black and white one! Really like them all! You did a great job! And moved! Puts me to shame doing very little! Got to get going in 2017! Goal is to make at least something every month and finish Christmas 2016 in time for Christmas 2017! 😅

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    you sure been busy beautiful quilts!!!
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    They're all beautiful! You're certainly a busy quilter!

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    I loved making these quilts. I asked one niece what favorite colors were with each niece, nephew, great nieces. I found out that one nephew loved black but I added the silver gray and made the Irish Chain. One niece and her daughter loved mint, which was very difficult to find. One great niece adores Halloween so I made hers orange scraps with black, the back has some spiders on it. I made an I Spy quilt for the great great nephew and a lovely jelly row quilt for his great grandma. Another niece likes gray so added some charcoal for slashing and used a more modern pattern. I made these during a really stressful period in my life but I always had something to look forward to with the piecing. I forced myself to sew and in the end, it saved my sanity. So glad you all liked the quilts.

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    what a variety of lovely quilts!

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    Those are beautiful ! Every single one of them....You do a fabulous job!

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    Wonderful quilts.

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    Very pretty lots of hard work!!

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    Beautiful!

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