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Thread: 12 hour Turning Twenty quilt

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    Super Member MaryStoaks's Avatar
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    I needed to make a wedding shower gift for my neighbor's daughter in a hurry ( finally got all the fabric) so yesterday I worked 12 hours and made this Turning Twenty from fat quarters. I usually take it a lot slower, three days or so.

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    The Bride with her quilt
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    Beautiful!

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    Very pretty, you work well under pressure !

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    Wow! That is really pretty!

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    Wonderful work. She looks happy!

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    pretty did a good job...she looks pleased with it

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    that is beautiful. love the colors.
    I think i have that pattern and want to make one. it looks even easier than the Wickedly Easy quilt pattern when i've made (still only a top). :thumbup:

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    Beautiful job for such a short time

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    Wow!!

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    Nice job and beautiful colors and pattern.

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    I have made a total of 5 Turning Twenty quilts and each of them looks different. I love how you can vary them just by using different fabric. I also cut some of my blocks down and made smaller quilts. That was the pattern I was given by my cousin who taught me how to quilt before she passed away. Yours is very pretty and the bride seems to love it. But then again who wouldn't love a hand made quilt??? :)

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    Mary that's just beautiful!!! Wow, girlie, you're fast when you have to be!!!!!!! :D:D:D
    PS. That box video- both of them ended up in it, omg I was ready to lose it!! hahaha

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    LOoks great!

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    Looks like she really likes her gift! You did a wonderful job, I can't believe how fast you got it done!

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    Fast going. Turning twenty is a pretty quilt. I have also used it for wedding gift.

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    Very pretty, and fast work too.

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    very nice

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    Wow, awesome job in such a short time! The top and the quilting are gorgeous!

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    Very happy bride to be! I would be very happy too if I were receiving this beautiful quilt.

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    very pretty

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    Looks like she likes it! Great job.

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    That is a nice quilt. Not to girly so the husband can like it too.

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    very pretty quilt

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    Awsome job. Looks like sh really enjoyed

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    Beautiful! Love the colors!

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