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Thread: 4 completed projects

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    Super Member Gail B's Avatar
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    4 completed projects

    These are my latest UFO's finished.

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    This is a topper made to protect the top of my washer & dryer.

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    Another topper for washer/dryer. This pattern is the one from Candlemaker on this board.

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    This is a floor quilt for the back of what my hubby calls his "chick magnet" so our sheltie doesn't shed hair on the carpet of the car. A convertible doesn't really work as a chick magnet when you are 70. LOL!

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    This is a MSQC tutorial.

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    Showing the echo quilting.

    Thanks for looking.

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    Great job on all of them! I love the top one (blue, red, pink) the colors and pattern are really nice. Thanks for sharing your photo's.
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    You have been one busy girl. Lovely work. Cute chrissy trees

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    Great projects! You will have the best dressed washer/dryer in town. I love your MSQC runner!

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    Great projects my daughter could use the car mat

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    all are very nicely done... and thanks for the tips on making toppers for things other than furniture
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    Beautiful work!

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    Great job and thank you for sharing, you have been very busy
    Have a Blessed day
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    Love them all! I just downloaded the Christmas tree runner & ordered the ruler. Probably won't get done until next Christmas, though.... Hope mine turns out as nicely as yours did.
    "I do not understand how anyone can live without one small place of enchantment to turn to."
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    great job, really like the Christmas tree topper

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    Great projects

    Maybe at his age the car is a "hen magnet"!

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    Terrific projects!! You do lovely work!
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    Fantastic job! My fave is the first one.
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    very nice never thought of making toppers for washer and dryer what a great idea
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    Well, you didn't tell him he couldn't draw stares from chicks did you? It doesn't hurt to look does it? LOL

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    Nice work~!
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    Very pretty and useful items! I think you did a great job thinking ouside the box!!
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    I've seen the tree runner lately, maybe it's an easier one we could just whip up for Christmas??? Anyway, job well done

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