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    All very nice! I love the stripes.
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    Okay here is my contribution to the thread, all of these were done on a treadle and that is the only type of machines that I will use.

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    nice.

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    I love them ALL! Billy and Irishrose your quilts are very NICE!

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    Miz Johnny, those flowers for the mobile are a neat idea, so cute too.

    Billy, all the quilts look so cozy, but I too like the stripes best, lots to look at and enjoy in those kinds of quilts.

    Irishrose, love the colors in the purple one, it really pops!

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    Some more items made on my 15-91. The first has to be one of my favorite quilts, a string pieced spiderweb made for a baby boy. I used the directions off Bonnie Hunter's website.

    The second is a washable duster made from left over flannel and some old nightgowns. (After washing it gets really fuzzy, this is a pre-washed picture).

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    Thank you. That daughter is prone to depression and loves purple, so I wanted her quilt to be uplifting. The Moda charm packs that are in it are called Happy and they really are. It's a disappearing 16 patch.

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    Bennett, love the Spider Web. So many quilts, so little time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishrose
    Thank you. That daughter is prone to depression and loves purple, so I wanted her quilt to be uplifting. The Moda charm packs that are in it are called Happy and they really are. It's a disappearing 16 patch.
    Disappearing 16 patch looks like a fun pattern to do. I have done a disappearing 9 patch, but your pattern looks more interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennett
    Some more items made on my 15-91. The first has to be one of my favorite quilts, a string pieced spiderweb made for a baby boy. I used the directions off Bonnie Hunter's website.

    The second is a washable duster made from left over flannel and some old nightgowns. (After washing it gets really fuzzy, this is a pre-washed picture).
    That string spiderweb looks like a great way to use up some scraps. Very nice quilt!

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    I have a few blocks made using her Virginia Bound pattern. Another one of my Permanent Collection of UFOs. She's a great teacher; love her attitude!
    Quote Originally Posted by vintagemotif
    Quote Originally Posted by Bennett
    Some more items made on my 15-91. The first has to be one of my favorite quilts, a string pieced spiderweb made for a baby boy. I used the directions off Bonnie Hunter's website.

    The second is a washable duster made from left over flannel and some old nightgowns. (After washing it gets really fuzzy, this is a pre-washed picture).
    That string spiderweb looks like a great way to use up some scraps. Very nice quilt!

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