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Thread: Alabama Quilt

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    Love that Alabama quilt! Roll Tide!

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    I like this, and the feet showing, has to be a Southern thing, I know!

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    Gosh I was just thinking that quilt has really big feet!! LOL.....great quilt and handsome holder.
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    Nice! Go Bama! Sandy 64

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    I really like the colors and the quilt. Lucky family

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    very nice!!!Your son looks happy

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    My son is a Bama grad and bleeds crimson. He would love that quilt! Thanks for the idea, I'm now on a hunt for Alabama fabric!

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    Roll Tide!! Great Quilt!! I'll be doing one soon for new grandson!! Love the pattern!! Whats it called??

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    Wow very pretty. Hope you've got a permanent label on it, I can see that growing legs and walking off.
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    Great job

    What an awesome looking quilt. This quilt just answered my question of "What do you give to the person that has everything". My family pulls names to exchange gifts at Christmas. I pulled my beautiful niece's name. For the past 10 months I have been struggling with the question of what to get her. She does not need anything and she has everything. But, after seeing this beautiful quilt you made for your son it answered my question. I will make her a BAMA quilt. Both she and her husband are Alabama graduates. I will probably have to make it a rag quilt to make sure I finish it by December 2nd, the date of our family Christmas party. Again, great job on your son's quilt. I am sure he loves it.
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    Great job ,like it
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    Great fabric hug! What's that pattern? I really like it!

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    Very cool! Love school-themed quilts!

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    This is a PERFECT guy quilt - very nice!!

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    Very nice job. I married into a family of Alabama grads and die hard fans. I made brother in law an Alabama quilt, but I like yours better. I went to Auburn, and that Bama quilt was SO UGLY. Couldn't wait to get it out of the house!
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    I'm doing a BAMA quilt for my husband --- like yours better. He doesn't know I am doing it and asked if I can do a TEE shirt quilt for him (he has oodles of shirts from Senior games- he plays softball) so I am doing the back in Tee shirts and the front BAMA---even cross stitched Bear's picture for the middle. Don't know how we will quilt it.
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    I love it! I have Alabama in my blood and soul! You did a great job!
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    Thanks for all the kind words. I'm going to try to answer all your questions at once.

    The pattern is Ribbon Quilt Block and the link to it on Quilter's Cache is:

    http://www.quilterscache.com/R/RibbonQuiltBlock.html

    You better love to make HSTs or it is not the pattern for you. Can't tell you how sick of them I was by the end...

    Yes the quilt does have big feet - size 14! No, the bare feet is not a southern thing - he goes to college and lives in NY, so not a southern boy.

    I was born in Niagara Falls, grew up in Rochester and lived in the Binghamton area just prior to moving to NC. My parents live in Penn Yan so I am up that way often.

    Again, thanks for all your nice comments.
    I'd rather be at the lake

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    Beautiful Alabama quilt. I know your son loves it.

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    Roll tide Roll. Wonderful quilt. I just love Crimson and love Alabama college football! That one is for sure on my bucket list.
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    Roll Tide!
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    Good thinking.

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    Really nice quilt and your son is a cutie pie!

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    Awwwwwwww that is the perfect quilt for a fan!
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    nice job and obviously a happy fella

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