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Thread: Some of my work

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    As promised, some examples of what I have made so far.

    My Kakamura Sisters panel. Please don't look at the binding too close.
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    Table runner made for a friend
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    My first attempt at paper piecing.
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    Beautiful quilts!!!! I love the Mariner's Compass :D :D :D

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    Your quilts are lovely. I especially like the mariner's compass.

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    But wait, there is more!!

    A close up of the quilting
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    Made to celebrate Dana's my eldest daughter's 25th Birthday.
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    Made to celebrate a friend's son's christening
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    I just want to take time to tell you that you have a really neat use of color!
    The work, of course, is excellent - - but, I really enjoy your color combinations ...
    Thank you for sharing!

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    they quilts are beautiful and your quilting is excellent. i love the quilting on dana's quilt.

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    So, then I go back to look at the pictures one more time, and amazingly! I find three more pieces, and again! You use colors really nicely.
    Good job!

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    And more .....

    A close up of the quilting
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    Made to celebrate Alex's (my middle daughter and twin to Dana) 25th Birthday. Sorry about the brightness of the red.
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    Bored yet? These are the last for the moment. I made this quilt for a friend out of 10kg bread bags. I only used the fronts then added sashing etc. I had seen one of these quilts years ago, and thought "hmmmm. one day". This type of quilt is called a "Wagga" I believe.

    Please give me an honest opinion as to whether you like it or not. My daughters are not too enthralled with this type of quilt (I am making 2 more!!), but my friend and her family were rapt.

    I am in the death throes of finishing a quilt for my youngest daughter, Emma. It is a king size plus black and white log cabin with a D9P back. Wheww, that was a lot of piecing, a hella lot of quilting and a hella lot of fabric - and, I loved every minute of it!!

    The back. I love the little mushrooms.
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    A close up of the stippling. May have to learn to do something new me thinks.
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    The Wagga.
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    :-o :thumbup:

    WOW!

    Fantastic work... the quilting is exquisite, and so are your colour choices.

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