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Thread: Tops In-Progress

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    Power Poster alikat110's Avatar
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    My......that is a list of piecing. Great job. Really like the warm wishes.

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    They are quite pretty. I found I had the same problem with colors until I take them outside and make my kids hold the quilts/tops up in the sunlight.

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    The tops are so pretty, I love the fabrics.

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    You have been one busy quilter! Great job!
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    very nice gifts

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    You are a prolific quilter! Beautiful, and each person who receives their quilt is going to love it! Get going on the quilting, a larger stipple pattern is very easy to do and you'll feel like a million bucks when you get the first one done, knowing you actually did it. The peas and bananas quilt would be an easy one to do echo quilting (maybe a half inch away from each seam), and it would take very little time to complete -- or you could stitch in the ditch, too. You could do the one for your cousin Sami the same way, too. The one for your aunt (Warm Wishes) would be easy to stitch in the ditch, following the lines of each of the larger green squares and the stripes in between. Then put simple "x"s, hearts, daisies or some other simple design on the green blocks. I'd do the larger stipple for the baby quilt, and cover it well -- its going to get a ton of washing and needs lots of quilting. You can do it, I know you can -- you did a super job piecing and your color selections are wonderful! Beautiful!

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    You've been very busy. Very nice and congratulations on your output!

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    You really have been busy. Great quilts.
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    Nice quilts, I like the different patterns and color combinations.

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