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Thread: Some Of My Finished Quilts

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    Senior Member Denise's Avatar
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    all your quilts are great, love the colors, i agree with the other ladies you have been very busy. Keep up the great work and thank you for sharing. Beautiful.

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    Patty - Yes, the first one is a double Irish Chain. The last one is a stack-n-whack 9-patch, but somewhere along the line I messed up the order of the fabrics, so I just placed them where I thought they looked good.

    Loretta, I like to use the 80/20 batting that you can get at Jo-Anns for all of my quilts. It just doesn't feel like a snuggly quilt if I use the Poly batting. I like the feeling of a heavy comforter when I'm wrapping up with it. The poly batting feels too light weight for me.

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    All of them look great. The puzzle one looks like it was tough. Keep up the good work.

    Kyia

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    Melissa,

    love all of the quilts....what is the name of the quilt in your Avatar?

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    You did a great job on them all, thanks for sharing

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    I love them all! The curved piecing turned out beautiful! Make more!

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    Mgrhs, I don't know what the name of the block is called. I know I picked it out of a book that was at the library, if I get a chance I'll go look it up.

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    Stained Glass Diamond Quilt I just finished for my Daughter, belated Christmas Gift. The stitches that look white are actually a hot pink, along with the single tulip in the center.

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    Stained Glass Diamond Quilt- Jen's
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    Gorgeous Mary! That's a show stopper!

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    Thank you. Took a while to do, has 25 pieces to each block. I mottled some of the fabric myself from solids that I had (used the bleach in a spray bottle method) The books instructions had a misprint in the size of the block (before squaring it up to add the last four corners) was very mind boggling. I finally figured it out, but the finished size turned out right.

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