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Thread: SO proud of my daughter!

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    Junior Member PamS's Avatar
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    Daughter, Angie, does sew - clothes and misc. craft projects. This is her first quilt made for a girl at her work who is having a baby in a couple of weeks. Her coworkers took up a collection for the materials and told her to keep whatever was left over - $5 and not even a half yard of fabric total, we planned very carefully (-;

    She added stuffing behind the owl body and the moon - hard to see that in pictures and it makes it more cuddly, kind of like a mini-pillow in the middle of the quilt.

    The colors are a little more vivid that photos show, but you get the idea. She used VERY tiny rick rack for the vest details and SID.
    She did a fabulous job of quilting - NO puckers on the back at all - I'm jealous.

    AND she hand sewed all of the binding!

    Magazine where she got her inspriation.
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    Finished quilt with my Grandsons head.
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    Close up of details - tiny tiny rick rack for vest details. LOVE the fabric 'outside' the windows.
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    That is so totally cute. What a great job

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    Tell your daughter - Great job!

    What issue of Quilts and More is that from? I need an owl for a quilt I am making.

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    Spring 2011

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    Spring 2011 issue of Quilts and More.

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    That turned out so cute. Love it. Hope the Mom to be loves it, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PamS
    Spring 2011 issue of Quilts and More.
    Thank you! Now to find it LOL

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    Adorable. Will have to find that pattern.

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    She did a wonderful job, it's just darling. I love the constellation fabric that you see through the window, great choice!

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    What a great idea to add more puff to the owl and moon. I love it!

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