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Thread: Stunning Quilts

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    Super Member dakotamaid's Avatar
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    JenniePenny, I saw this quilt when you first posted it and it is on my bucket list! I have started collecting fabrics and judging by what I have collected so far it will be brighter, in your face, colors! I look at your picture often.

    All of the quilts here are so awesome, each in their own way. I see the talent here and just think of all the talent we never see. Keep em coming!
    Have a great day sewing and remember to "not sweat the small stuff"!!



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    I'm gonna look through my pictures, but I don't think I have done any as beautiful as all these quilts. I am inspired!
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    This is probably the most difficult and time-consuming quilt I've done; it's one of my favorites. It's the Farmer's Wife Sampler Quilt done as a BOW with a group here on QB. The blocks are 6".Name:  FWS QUILT.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sdwill View Post
    I've only been quilting a short time. But this is the one I'm most proud.
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    I loooooooooooooooove your plaid doggies!

    Would be a cute idea to use Daddy or Hubby's shirts.
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    My most difficult, challenging, and I hope most stunning quilt was a double-wedding ring-- one set of rings overlapping another. (In the photo, the pale "background" "behind" the darker rings, make up another set of rings.) Each 12" square was made up of 88 pieces. There was no strip-piecing; it was all little pieces sewn together. I don't have a close up of it, unfortunately. It was a wedding present to some German friends of ours. It's called Medley from the 1994 book Double Wedding Ring Quilts: New Quilts from an old Favorite. Ah, I found a photo of the original made by its designer here: http://users.netonecom.net/~elf/gallery_medley.html

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    I have scrolled down nine pages of the most beautiful quilts I have ever seen. I am in awe of the talent on this board.

    Thanks so much for starting this thread. I, for one, would love to see it continue. When I come back I will look at
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    Linda

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neanie View Post
    This is the quilt that I am most proud of. I found the pattern on the internet and spent about three weeks putting it together. I quilted it myself on my domestic sewing machine with a stipple, matching thread colors. I love displaying it every Christmas season.
    I love this quilt and had to have the pattern, so I just found the magazine on Amazon and bought it! Thanks for sharing this!

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    I love both the cat quilt and the baby quilt. You are a great designer.
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    This is shaping up to be an amazingly wonderful thread....hope it keeps on going and going! Thanks for starting it Tanya! I was soooooooo impressed by each and every quilt shown here. Such amazing talent! My bucket list just quadrupled in size.
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    ube,
    How very beautiful!!!

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