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Thread: What I'm Working On

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    Junior Member quiltnchik's Avatar
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    I taught this class in 2006 to a group of seniors and, though I swore I wasn't making another one (I had already made one in a class I took with the friend who created the pattern), I ended up buying the fabric and putting it together in about three days. I figured I may as well and, since I didn't have a Christmas quilt at the time, I selected all Christmas fabrics for this one. I'm hoping to finish the quilting today, because I have one customer quilt waiting and another that I'm picking up tomorrow.

    Quilting closeup - holly and berries
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    On the frame - for some reason, I can never hold the camera straight! LOL
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    Beautiful.

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    Great job!! you must be quick to do this in three days - looks hard to do. Is the pattern available thanks cheryl :D

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    Beautiful quilt and quilting.

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    Ohhhhh......so pretty. I love it. That quilting is beautiful. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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    wow, looks neat. looks like you strip sew, then cut the width you want. looks like your rows were planned vertically, then you just slide each row down a little. neat. you did a gooooood job. it's really eye popping. thx for sharing.

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    I love the quilt, colors and quilting. Thanks for posting this! By the way, I have a daughter named Trisha....not many spelled this way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by emsgranny
    Great job!! you must be quick to do this in three days - looks hard to do. Is the pattern available thanks cheryl :D
    Sorry, the pattern is not available; it was written and taught by a friend of mine, and I got her permission before teaching the class. She created it in EQ6, though, so I'm sure someone with the program could come up with something similar :)

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    Yours is beautiful!! Someday. . . . . . .

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    Very very pretty. I love the pantograph used on the quilting--very appropriate.

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