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Thread: what project are you most proud of?

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    Super Member hperttula123's Avatar
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    I had a hard time trying to get myself to to curves. I did it and I don't like them much....but I think they are beautiful. Here is a picture of the quilt that I"m most proud of. I'd love to see what everyone else is the most proud of.
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    I don't think that way. I learn something from each one.

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    oooh... it is so So pretty! It's like looking into the solar system. Love how it seems to shimmer. beautifully pieced and quilted. Very cool quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hperttula123
    I had a hard time trying to get myself to to curves. I did it and I don't like them much....but I think they are beautiful. Here is a picture of the quilt that I"m most proud of. I'd love to see what everyone else is the most proud of.
    Here's what I'm most proud of -- because, although, I designed it and engineered all the worker bees, it was made as a memorial quilt for 911 for a local fireman on the 1 yr anniversary of the disaster. It hangs in the fireman's union hall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joanie2
    Quote Originally Posted by hperttula123
    I had a hard time trying to get myself to to curves. I did it and I don't like them much....but I think they are beautiful. Here is a picture of the quilt that I"m most proud of. I'd love to see what everyone else is the most proud of.
    Here's what I'm most proud of -- because, although, I designed it and engineered all the worker bees, it was made as a memorial quilt for 911 for a local fireman on the 1 yr anniversary of the disaster. It hangs in the fireman's union hall.
    wow...that is just wonderful. :)

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    You should be proud, that's beautiful! I haven't tackled curves yet, but I figure they can't be much different than putting in a sleeve and I never freaked out over those. ;)

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    This hanging which I've posted before. I learned to do "points" and curves and it worked wonderfully!

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    Gorgeous-all of them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsie
    This hanging which I've posted before. I learned to do "points" and curves and it worked wonderfully!
    wow...I love it.

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    this double sided quilt for my daughter. took forever.

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