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Thread: Turning 20 quilt

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    I have been trying for an hour to post a picture on the pictures board, to no avail. Sooooo I will try it here.

    I finally finished this ufo after nearly a year. The fabric was a gift for my birthday last July, so I got it done just before my birthday this year!!! yeahhhhh.

    It is a turning 20, but only has 16 blocks because we miss counted the fat quarters lol. I love it anyway. Can't wait to use it, but not till the cool weather is back!
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    That's really pretty. Does this mean you can eternally be 16?? :wink:

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    Beautiful! Great job. Eternally 16, count me in!

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    Beautiful fabrics!

    So what are you going to make next????

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    Thanks for the kind words. I am working on a baby quilt for a great-nephew who is due this month. I also have a scrap quilt in 4 sections that are machine quilted, just need to put the strips together, then I have a nice pattern that I have 98% of the fabric cut for, now I just need to finish cutting the sashing. I go to school a couple of mornings a week, so homework comes first, then quilting.


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    Ohhh that's pretty!!! You did a great job!! Eternally 16....hmmmm that could work!! :lol:

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    If you wanted a smaller childs quilt or a lap quilt you could go with turning 16 or even turning 9 lol My finished blocks are big because this quilt nearly covers me head to toe!

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    That's pretty!
    I have that pattern, but haven't made it yet.

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    it is so simple, the hardest part is finding 20 fat quarters you like! lol The Flannel was from a collection and dI have no idea what it was called but I still see bits of it left at our fabric shop here in Richmond.

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    I finally got a better picture outside but it was really windy so it is not the greatest pic but it shows the colours properly, so it will have to do! lol

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