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Thread: Stunning Quilts

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    Junior Member sandyquilts's Avatar
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    Wow! This is a real stunner...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drw52372 View Post
    Here's mine. This one took me a year and a half. It was machine pieced, needle turned 3 dimensional appliqued, and I hand quilted this one. I made it for my daughter who loves it. It is one of my favorite quilts and may make one for myself. The third photo is a close-up while I was quilting it.
    I love your very traditional flower basket quilt. It's lovely and shows our quilting heritage so well. And the photo of the partial quilting is captivating. Great job. SandyQuilter (not sandyquilts)
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    Quote Originally Posted by peppermint31 View Post
    Grandma Mary's wall hanging is breathtaking!!!!
    Thanks Peppermint!

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    great job on DWR. They are a bear to do!! Haven't found a way that isn't a bear yet

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    This is a quilt I did for a 2012 Christmas gift for my DDIL. It was posted yesterday under My Most Challenging Quilt to Date - USA, but after encouragement from other board member, I am posting it here as well. Thank you for all your kind comments. I have had the pattern for several years but I googled the pattern name and came up with this web site for the pattern:
    http://www.quiltandsewshop.com/produ...lting-patterns
    I added the red sashing, blue cornerstones with the state initials below, and a paper pieced star as the cornerstone in the border, to make it queen sized.Name:  DSCF3383.JPG
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    WOW!! I just love the colors! Interesting pattern too.
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    Super Member Grama Lehr's Avatar
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    Ohhhh! I love the red, white and blue one too!
    So many awesome quilts!!
    Marie

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    Quote Originally Posted by willis.debra View Post
    This is the most involved quilt I have ever made. I designed all the fruit and veggies myself.
    This quilt is machine pieced, needle turned applique, hand embroidered, and hand quilted. It took me about 6 months and it is only a lap size quilt. I gave it to my DMIL for Christmas. She is a dear sweet lady and is not in the best of health right now.
    Another beautiful execution, specailly since you designed it yourself.

    I'm thinking maybe I like the "specialness" of self designed pieces more than the actual look.
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    Gorgeous quilt!

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    wish mine had turned out this pretty, good job
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