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Thread: Almost done :-)

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    Still have to bind my son's quilt and I'm done :roll: He drives a heavy haul/oversize truck and gets into some pretty cold places ...need a blue smiley :D

    Flannel Christmas throw
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    Flannel Christmas lap quilt made from the leftovers.
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    Unfinished quilt for truck driving son.
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    Some more pretty ones...love the black one ...hope it keeps your son toasty

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    Nice job bluebird! Love the black borders on your sons quilt. It really makes it stand out.

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    Very pretty!

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    Very nice

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    Very nice. I like the black one too!! That sure will be nice to have in a cold night on the road!!!

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    A real winner, great work. I think it will be greatly appreciated :D

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    Nice twist, I like it. :) What sort of batting are you planning on using? Hoepfully something nice and warm. Oh and tell him there is no way something that pretty is allowed in the back!

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    The black really makes it pop. Great job.

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    Those are great! Make more!

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    LOVE THEM BOTH........ :D

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    Gorgeous :D He is going to love this. I love quilts with black in them.

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    Very nice! I love them all!

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    That will keep your son warm in more than one way! Great job Mom!!!!

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    Very nice!!

    Kyia

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    I love the way you have used the black in your sons quilt, it really makes the colours stand out...I would be abit concerned about it ending up in the back lol!! Your xmas flannel quilt is so cute too!! :D

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    Thank you all for your kind comments :D Made the black quilt for my truck drivin' son 'cause ya know it won't show dirt :lol: Just hope he doesn't try to tarp a load with it :D

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    Great job on both! Your son will be thrilled with the black one!

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    What size squares are those on the flannel one, love the colors and design... Maybe you could throw in a tarp as well so he wouldn't be tempted to use the quilt...

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    The pattern is Frosty Flannel Throw on www.allpeoplequilt.com

    They said it was quick and easy and it was. Used Moda flannel fat quarters, worked up real quick. :D

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    They look great.

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    thanks bluebird...

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    Those quilts are wonderful & so colorful too. I know that the receiver's will be so happy with them.

    Happy Holidays,
    Cheryl

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    All three are great projects. The flannel looks so warm and cozy. I really like the idea of using a 4 patch for cornerstones on your son's quilt.

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