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Thread: Some of my projects

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    Super Member moreland's Avatar
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    I'm listening to the K-State football game which is a really late game this week (thanks to TV), so decided to work on getting some pictures posted.


    Table runner made from "left over" flowers that came with a kit--that quilt is a WIP.
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    I made this for a great niece's new baby. Had a smaller version I kept on the wall of my sewing room for a long time.
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    This was an experiment in quilting in sections then sewing the sections together. It is a flannel quilt.
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    Here are a few more things I've done.

    The hearts are fused --I stitched around them after the quilt was put together and it became part of the quilting for the quilt.
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    This did not photograph very well, but I took it today to my first great grandchild--Gretchen. I'd forgotten how tiny a newborn is--she is 3 days old. 5#15 oz.
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    I really like to do Log Cabin--this was a fun one to do. It is now "at home" with a friend in Africa.
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    Wow.... they are beautiful and you have been busy.... isn't it a lovely hobby !!! They are all lovely... I do like the hearts baby quilt..... well done....

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    I like the idea of the applique in the middle of the log cabin blocks! You do very nice work moreland. :)

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    Those are beautiful!

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    they're all wonderful! you have very lucky friends and family. :P

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    Super Member moreland's Avatar
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    Thanks--these were all "fun" quilts--I keep thinking I will use up some of the fabrics, but I think I buy faster than I quilt, although I do a lot of quilting.

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    WOW, beautiful quilts - creative & colorful. You've got the gift! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: Great idea to fuse the hearts after the quilt is together & use their stitching as part of the quilting. Thanks for sharing.

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    Beautiful work, love them all! Congrats on becoming a Great Grandma! Keep the pictures coming! :D :D :D

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    Your work is so cheerful looking and it look great............a big GOOD JOB :D :D :D

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