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Thread: "All Through the Woods" quilt completed this morning!

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    Thanks for all the nice comments. I am going to put together a few pictures and information on the quilting frame, oh, and also information of the website for purchase of the plans. Just give me a few days to get it done and posted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbo117 View Post
    Thanks for all the nice comments. I am going to put together a few pictures and information on the quilting frame, oh, and also information of the website for purchase of the plans. Just give me a few days to get it done and posted!
    Thanks. We'll be waiting..for sure. My husband wants to build me one--so we'd really appreciate any information.

    And the quilt is beautiful! I love it and I'm sure your DH will also.

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    Love the quilt. You did a great job.

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    Plaid fish and gingham trees = perfect.
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    Very nice and a good quilt for a man!

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    Very nice quilt. I have wanted to try but have too many other projects that I have to get the fabric used up for.

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    Great/fun outdoorsy quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreatStarter View Post
    Love your quilt! And the fabrics you chose to use are just perfect for it. Can you share more info on the frame you built yourself? Where did you buy the directions? Thanks.

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    Beautiful Quilt! I to would like to build a frame so I could learn to quilt the tops I am making. They are Twin to King size.

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    It looks wonderful...good job!

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    You did a great job. Your choice of colors makes this an even more manly quilt. I'm sure he will enjoy it.
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    Super quilt. Really like everthing about it. You did a great job on this. BrendaK
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    That looks great. I'm sure your hubby will love and treasure it.

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    Love that design, great job.

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    adorable. Love the use of plaids

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    I absolutely love your quilt. You did a great job!
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    Beautiful job on the quilt and congratulations on building your own frame! If only I had room to do that!

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    Love it!!!!

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    Very nice quilt-you did a great job-love your fabric choices.
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    You did a wonderful job! I have that book....you inspired me to get busy! lol

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    absolutely wonderful. I love country looking stuff like this. Wish it were mine. Whomever gets it sure will be blessed. Thanks for posting this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbo117 View Post
    I am sharing pictures of my latest quilt called "All Through the Woods" by Cori Derksen and Myra Harder. I saw this quilt about a year ago here on the board that someone else had completed and just loved it. I started this quilt early last spring and just this morning the binding was applied. The quilt was all appliqued with fuseable web and each design was finished with a blanket stitch. I have made this quilt for my hubby who is quite an outdoors man. This is the first quilt to go onto the 10 foot frame that I built myself this summer. I have a Brother PQ1500s machine with a speed controller mounted on the handlebars of my carriage. It has been quite a learning curve for me, but all in all I am happy with the way it turned out. It was done with a meandering stitch in each individual block. I got a lot of experience in changing colors of thread for the top and winding bobbins for the back! I am so happy now that I am not limited to making wall hanging and lap quilts. By the way, this quilt is queen size. Hope you enjoy the pictures and thanks for looking!

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    Very creative...I love the baby bear on the tree.

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    Lovely quilt, your DH should love it.

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    Lovely quilt. Great job. Thanks for sharing.

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    Terrific job on a great pattern!
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    It is just too cool! I love the playfulness of it. very beautiful.

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