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Thread: Chicken Quilt

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    I LOVE that quilt~~~ The chicken soup is my favorite block.

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    WOW! I am amazed! Wonder if I could do something like that with fish?


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    Quote Originally Posted by sandpat
    Now you've got me inspired. I've been busy and missed this thread..glad I went back! My kitchen is chickens anyway...so now you've got me itching to do one of these! Waaay cute!
    thank you-it would be really cute in your kitchen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammy Dwynn
    Love the quilt (s). What a inspriation.... hmmm I collect butterfly fabric... hmm :D
    What a cute idea!! Butterflies out of butterfly fabric would be awesome!!! You could make them all different kinds of butterflies and some of them you could make the wings dimensional and you could put beads on some...my imagination is running wild here!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KellyPA
    How cool is that!!!!!! Love it!!!!! I live in Lancaster PA!
    Lucky you to live in Lancaster!! There are so many awesome quilt shops in the area, the fabric is so much cheaper and the Lancaster quilt show is fabulous!! You are living in a quilter's dream area. I loved it there and will make it back again one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathe
    I LOVE that quilt~~~ The chicken soup is my favorite block.
    Cathe-I think the chicken soup is about my favorite too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judee0624
    WOW! I am amazed! Wonder if I could do something like that with fish? judee
    Fish would be cute too!! There are so many different sizes and shapes of fish-it would be really fun. You could make fins and tails dimensional, stitch in fun details in the quilting. OOOHHH-lots of fun. Let us know if you do it!

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    Those are awesome quilts! I love them! :mrgreen:
    I think my favorite block is the big blue one in the bottom right corner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearpaw
    Those are awesome quilts! I love them! :mrgreen:
    I think my favorite block is the big blue one in the bottom right corner.
    Thanks-I made the big blue one-and my quilter quilted in the cutest chicken feathers on him too! Really brought him to life.

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    Marcia

    What a wonderful quilt, I love it. I am partial to chickens though well all animals really. Thanks for posting such lovely work. :lol:
    That must have been an experience to get to go to Lancaster, PA. I'll have to nip over to the US & visit all those wonderful quilt places you have.
    Are you entering yours in a show?

    Tisha

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    I adore your chicken quilt!! I should make one!! My Great Grandmother's maiden name was Chicken. She married Frank House. I have "Chcken" running through my veins! Anywho.... I love your quilt!!

    Susan

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    I loved your chicken quilt when you first posted it. It was great fun seeing it again. You did great job with it.

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    any one remember laugn in?? Is that another chicken joke????

    My sis would go wild ! What fun !

    Ellen

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter1962
    Marcia

    What a wonderful quilt, I love it. I am partial to chickens though well all animals really. Thanks for posting such lovely work. :lol:
    That must have been an experience to get to go to Lancaster, PA. I'll have to nip over to the US & visit all those wonderful quilt places you have.
    Are you entering yours in a show? Tisha
    Tisha-I am considering put my quilt in our state fair this year. I have been looking online at the application and am thinking hard about it. I have never entered a quilt in any kind of show before and it makes me nervous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by all4quilt
    I adore your chicken quilt!! I should make one!! My Great Grandmother's maiden name was Chicken. She married Frank House. I have "Chcken" running through my veins! Anywho.... I love your quilt!!

    Susan
    Susan---I am laughing so hard that my sides are hurting!!! I guess that makes your great grandmother "Chicken House"!! You really do need to make a chicken quilt with all that chicken ruining thru your veins.

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    I wish I could give you the Blue Ribbon Award ....I sure would....you gonna enter yours in anything?????......Just love it how sweet!!!

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    oooooooo how cute is that? great job

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    You should enter the quilt in the state fair! If I were the judge you would win the blue ribbon for sure. I think that is one of the neatest quilts I've seen. I can just picture that in my kitchen.

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    gathie and 3incollege thank you both for your kind words of encouragement.

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    Marcia, that is the cutest quilt, you did a splendid job on it. I missed it when you first posted it, your friends quilts are great too.

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    That is just so cute. I love it.

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    Just looked that this and it is so adorable. I clicked and enlarged it, realy neat. Love it great job :thumbup: :thumbup: :)

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    Love the quilt. That sounds like a fun project for you and your friends. Congrats on finishing the quilt. Job well done!

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    Susan---I am laughing so hard that my sides are hurting!!! I guess that makes your great grandmother "Chicken House"!! You really do need to make a chicken quilt with all that chicken ruining thru your veins.
    That is CORRECT!! Some people don't believe me when I tell them, but it is really true! Grandma Chicken House's mother was named Grimm. Can you imagine? "Grimm Chicken House"? BTW.... my mother was a "PAYNE"! LOL!

    Glad to make you smile!

    Susan

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    Ha ha--quilters have so much fun! What a neat idea to do with friends. :D

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