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Thread: Of All Of Your Quilts

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    Super Member Darcyshannon's Avatar
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    This was fun to go through. I will need to find some of my quilts and take pictures of them. I don’t think to do it.

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    My favorite is the brown quilt, Brown It Is, with blues and in the churn dash pattern. Name:  Brown It Is quilt for Karen.jpg
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    Then there is the Fu logo I made for my son. It is queen size, and is scrappy pieced to be the logo he uses for his art. My third favorite is my first time I worked with curves in a quilt for my daughter. I was afraid of the curves but I did it anyway and was proud of how it came out. Name:  FU logo quilt finished.jpg
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    Of course I'm also very proud of my first art quilt, Rainy Night Windows: Name:  hanging on the wall.jpg
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    Sorry, I couldn't choose just one!
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    I believe UFOs are like scraps, ferns and dust bunnies. Once you get two, they send spores out into the air and more just happen anywhere the spores meet.

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    All are magnificent and I can understand why they are "favorites".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sailorwoman View Post
    The amount of talent on this board is mind-boggling. Great work, everyone. What a wonderful way to spend time on a lazy morning appreciating what others do! My "to do" list has grown incredibly.
    No truer words were ever said!

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    So many beautiful quilts! I especially love to see the ones with all the hand embroidery and applique because I'd never have the patience to do one like that. Thanks, all for sharing the pictures. And thanks, Boston 1954 for starting this thread!
    “You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.” ~Maya Angelou.

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    gorgeous!!!also looks very well made.Love the color!!!

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    My favorite quilt.

    Here is my Cathedral Window quilt.
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    Mary Jane Flikke

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    Absolutely out of this world! I love the Cathedral Window, but would never have the patience to make one. Maybe if I had started one when I was young????.... oh well...I'll just admire yours...
    Life happens...and we react...

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    All of these quilts are just beautiful. Thank you for showing us 'the best of the best'.
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    Beautiful Quilt Show, y'all. It's obvious that the favorite quilts of quilters are not the quilts tucked away for safe keeping in the trunks and closets. The favorites are seen and used everyday. Thank for posting, your favorites. I don't know if I have a favorite. The closest is this one, that hangs above the couch. I tried to swap it out once and my husband and son won't let me. Name:  FullSizeRender (3).jpg
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    Loving all the different quilts.

    This is my favorite quilt.

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    My goodness, I had no idea that there would be so many....and all gorgeous! Thanks so much for all the stories, and pictures.
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    I am from the South....39 miles south of Boston.

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    I so love this! It is wonderful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston1954 View Post
    Show me a picture of your favorite. Now this is not the one that was the easiest, or the one that took the least amount of time. It may be the opposite. The one that was a struggle for maybe two years, but when it was done, you stood back and thought "Look what I have done!".

    What one has given you the most satisfaction of all. I want to see it.
    So glad you did this post...I have sure enjoyed seeing the quilts.

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    I think that this is my favourite quilt. I found most of it in a charity shop, a couple of the blocks half completed, and most of the fabric in different areas of the shop. I completed it as a QAYG, and gave it to my sister.
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Size:  128.7 KBThis is my favorite quilt because it's my first one
    A bed without a quilt is like a sky without stars.

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    And you did a wonderful job on it! That's a beautiful first quilt!
    Life happens...and we react...

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    This is my fav to date... my most artistic, too.

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    Nancy in western NY
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christine- View Post
    This is my favorite and just happens to be the last quilt I made.

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    I'm making this one now. It really goes fast!
    Yours is gorgeous

    All the quilts are magnificent!

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    This is my favorite. It was the biggest one I had attempted, the most time consuming and challenging, made for my sister's 50th birthday, to use in her log cabin. I designed horse-head medallions by freehanding the profiles on a paper plate, and figuring out how to quilt it using multiple motifs instead of just staying "safe" with what I felt comfortable. I figured if she could handle a 7-acre farm, animals, new job, and a new house all by herself, surely I could try new things with my quilting.

    My sister had moved all her belongings, horses, dogs, and cats after a nasty divorce and began life anew . She knew that God had provided everything for her transition, including her unexpected dream home. I named this quilt "Providence Lodge"--and she loves it every day.

    PS This photo was before I washed out the marking lines.

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    How fun this thread is! I have really enjoyed seeing all of the beautiful quilts. Thanks for sharing ladies. My favorite quilts are these two. Both gifts to family.
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    Red- those are simply amazing!!!!!!!!

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    RedGarnet222, I totally love your quilts but especially the turquoise and black one. Is this an original or can you share the pattern name? I really want to try this when I get a chance.
    Linda Wedge White

    I believe UFOs are like scraps, ferns and dust bunnies. Once you get two, they send spores out into the air and more just happen anywhere the spores meet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildyard View Post
    RedGarnet222, I totally love your quilts but especially the turquoise and black one. Is this an original or can you share the pattern name? I really want to try this when I get a chance.
    Thanks girls! I loved making them The first one was a block of the month at Going Batty quilt store. and the second one is a free pattern by Red Rooster fabrics at their site. It is called Rhythm and Blues. I bought the fabrics on line. This was some years ago, so I don't know if you could find the exact fabrics now. But, who knows? I am thinking it would be in the archive quilt pattern section of the free quilt patterns. I loved making that quilt and thought about remaking it in a yellow and black version. There are some pretty amazing patterns on their site.

    By the way, I made dotty (here on the board) a sewing kit up in the last leftover fabrics. I posted the pieces here on the board. It was a really nice fabric line and I loved working with it.
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    Found the sewing set... Here is a link.

    https://www.quiltingboard.com/pictur...s-t218696.html
    RedGarnet222

    "Take your needle, my child, and work at your pattern ... It will come out a rose by and by. Life is like that ...one stitch at a time, taken patiently."
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