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Thread: Some of My Quilts

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    Super Member moonrise's Avatar
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    My first OBW quilt (in process). I'd never heard of such a thing until I started reading here a couple of weeks ago. :lol: I have to say ... I *love* this method of quilting! :thumbup: The "hardest" part was pinning the fabric before cutting it, but it wasn't really HARD hard. Just a little time-consuming is all. The second pic is the original fabric.

    I think I'm going to put a black border around it, followed by a border of the original fabric.

    More pics to follow shortly.
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    Sounds like a good border idea to me. This is one of those patterns I keep on the back burner to get to one day.

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    And here's a queen-size quilt I'm working on for our bedroom, which is purple and green. Strange combination, huh? It actually started out as a joke. We were trying to decide what color to paint the bedroom, and couldn't make up our minds. So I jokingly suggested that we paint it purple and green. And we did! :lol:

    The quilt is paper-pieced, and is called Interwoven Diamonds. The pattern came from the Quilter's Cache website.
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    Here's a scrappy quilt I made a few years ago for my dad. I used patriotic prints. The center is the emblem for the U.S. Army. My dad served in Vietnam. In fact, I was born when he was over there.
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    wow, thanks for sharing, I just love seeing the before and after, thanks that fabric is so cool, gives us ideas on fabric

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    Here's a lap quilt I'm also working on. (Yep, I tend to have multiple projects going at once. :oops: )

    Scrappy spider webs!
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    Here's some rag quilts I made a few years ago.

    Americana
    I Spy (Boy)
    I Spy (Colorful)
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    More rag quilts.

    I Spy (Girl)
    I Spy (pink and yellow)
    Jungle
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    The dolphin fabric is beautiful, I could not have cut it . Love your purple and green quilt ---one of my favorite combo's.

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    Still more rag quilts. (I went through a MAJOR rag-quilting phase! LOL!)

    Purple Flowers
    Shabby Chic
    Sunflowers
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