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Thread: the last supper quilt--amazing!

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    Senior Member raggedyann's Avatar
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    just saw the last supper quilt at a quilt show this weekend--it is amazing! it has over 50,000!!! 1 1/2 inch squares in it....it was pretty awesome! go see it if it travels to your town....

    http://www.thesupper.net/

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    Wow, it is amazing!

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    Oh how beautiful!

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    To do that kind of quilt, we need a lot of PATIENCE!!!!
    I do not think I have it.

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    Stunning

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    in our newspaper a while back i read about a lady who made the last supper picture from lint out of her dryer. yep, she bought towels , etc so thst she could get different colored lint to make that picture. it looked really good too.

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    How beautiful!

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    We were fortunate enough to have Mr Locke & his wife display this quilt at our little farm town quilt show!~ It just happened they were passing thru our area at the time, had a few days to spare & all we had to do was put them up & feed them (pay for their room & board at a bed n breakfast) It is truely an amazing quilt. His wife said he literally slept downstairs most of the time he was working on this. It was done by enlarging 'pixels' & then cutting the fabrics to match the pixels. It is well worth the time if you get a chance to see it & they are lovely people too

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    I've done this last supper as a glass etching, but not a quilt.
    A lot of work in that!

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    Magnificent! I crocheted a Lord's Prayer wall hanging and sent it to a private person to be framed. Evidently someone liked it very well as it has been stolen and I have not been able to run it down.

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