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Thread: What quilt is next on your list?

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    Super Member gaby4v's Avatar
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    I have a list of quilts I would like to make and it is getting longer and longer. Each time I am on here, a new quilt finds its way on the list.... :lol:
    I will either start a scrappy one, the spiral table topper or a pineapple block wall hanging.
    So, what quilt is next on your list?

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    I have 3 T-shirt quilts that are supposed to have been ready by Xmas but she didn't give me the t-shirts till yesterday. I'm too busy with Xmas right now so I told her I'd try to have them soon
    after Jan. 1.

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    Super Member Annaquilts's Avatar
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    King size wedding quilt for DS.

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    next quilt on my list is a non-scrappy, disappearing four patch.

    I think.

    Will also be working on a Think Outside The Block quilt.

    But first I need to finish my mom's quilt (about 3/4-way there). hahaha...

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    scrappy nine patch for mom, lonestar for dad, bricks for my son.

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    i just started piecing my next one - it'll go to my mom. My goal is to piece it & baste it while i'm off these next couple weeks. I'm almost done w/ my Grandma's Flower Garden.

    I've 2 rows put together - haven't figured out what's left yet :lol:

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    A 16" miniature quilt! I've found just the right 7 fabrics from my stash.

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    D 9patch is my next one....i think :lol:

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    Three more rag quilts for the the 3 GK's I didn't get a chance to make for Christmas! Got 3 done for the other 3 though!

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    a 'Show us where you're from' doll quilt for Chele's swap.
    Got the pattern in the post today.

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    I'll definitely start a 'Nines and Vines', (http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-81967-1.htm)but since the nine patch squares are 1" patches it will be one I'll swap off on. Want to do a 'Kendra Quilt'(http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-83827-1.htm) and at least a dozen others! Have to finish a couple of UFO's first...

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    A baby quilt for my new niece arriving in February! Something simple.

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    Baby quilts for our new twin GS's to be born in march if not before..

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    I'm knee deep in a Judy Neimeyer double wedding ring, which btw fellow quilters, is not as hard as it looks. if you can sew a straight line, you can do this pattern.

    In the moments between working on this I am going to work on a quilt with bright yellows, pinks, greens, purple, blues black and white with a bumble bee motiff. This fabric is so not like the stuff I usually pick out, but it was just too cute to pass up in the shop.

    then i'm going to attempt to finish the landscape wall hanging started in October but just have not finished yet.

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    Log Cabin scene of an Adobi House Village

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    I have a "winter wonderland", "any witch way", and "take 5" to get done.....and the other boss is sending a project over next week. But most of them I won't even look at until the first of the year. Holidays are crazy and I am not planning on making them any crazier. :-)

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    Turning Twenty with Purple Batiks . Maybe a scrappy of some sort....something simple to use up alot of shirt and dress material that I have piled around lol, colors may be a little bright.

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    Affairs of the Heart - an applique quilt that several of us want to stitch together here.

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    I am trying very hard NOT to start a new one, they keep circling in my head but I am resisting...working on the GMFG now and am determined LOL

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    Starting my first rag quilt, a donation for Breast Cancer Benefit. They seem easy enough, so hope all turns out well.

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    Finish my sisters!! but I have just cut out pieces for a Dresden Plate

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    A Quick Trip quilt for my daughter and SIL. Hopefully I can finish it by their anniversary in February. I've also started cutting scraps and piling them next to my machine for a leaders and enders quilt.

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    My Mom started an Irish Chain for me before she passed almost 10 years ago. I haven't done anything with it because I don't have a pattern. It is time to sit down and figure out what is next. She only completed one block.

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    I have all the fabric for two large laker's quilts for b-day gifts that I need to make, already have my pattern, one to be completed in January and the other in February, they are for my husbands friends.

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    Baby quilts for the children's hospital :D:D:D

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