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Thread: summer and winter

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    summer and winter

    Two Quilted wall hangings
    Just completed
    and shipped to Eastern United States.
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    thank you for letting me share.
    These two pieces took me
    just under 14 months to complete.....

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    Those are beautiful. You do good work.

    Lynn
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    But the second mouse gets the cheese

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    I do love your work!! Each quilt is adorable! Join the doll quilt swap!! We have a lot of fun!
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    Very cute pieces.

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    They are so nice - love the snowflakes.

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    These are so pretty!! Love all the embroidery!
    Karen, aka yayaquilts (yaya-Greek for grandma to 5 beautiful granbabies, 2 girls & 3 boys)
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    What a great idea! One could do this for one's own home. It would be neat to do four of them for the seasons and hang them one at a time during the right season. Hmmm, does that make sense? Well, I know what I meant. Sorry if it did not come out clearly.

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    jeanlee, these are lovely!! What patience to sew on all those tiny beads!! Did you also crochet the snowflakes? My mom gave me some years ago - you have inspired me to do something similar and incorporate them. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLO View Post
    What a great idea! One could do this for one's own home. It would be neat to do four of them for the seasons and hang them one at a time during the right season. Hmmm, does that make sense? Well, I know what I meant. Sorry if it did not come out clearly.
    I love that idea KLO. I have always loved seasonally and monthly themed quilts.

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    Beautiful, I love all the french knots.
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