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Thread: Christmas blankets for my neices

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    Senior Member The Quiet Quilter's Avatar
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    They are all beautiful!! You did
    a nice job on all of them! Hugs, Sharon

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    All are beautiful! Great job!

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    I love them all! Especially McKenna's, Amanda's & Andrea's

    What are the names of their patterns please?

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    Beautiful! You have been a busy girl.

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    Wow you sure have been busy. I just love that last one.

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    Wow! You have some very blessed neices!! Unique and gorgeous quilts...

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    These are beautiful!!! Would you mind telling us the quilt pattern you used for each one? I'd like to try a few of these. Your nieces are so loved by their aunt, I hope they realize that these are an expression of your love for them.

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    You have obviously been very busy. What lucky neices. The quilts are each unique and lovely.

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    absolutely superb.

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    Wow awesome quilts. I am sure they will be well loved.

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    All of them stunning quilts. Lucky nieces.

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    wow -they are all so beautiful. You have been keeping yourself busy. Lucky nieces to have such a wonderful aunt.

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    Simply beautiful! I love Jean's. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade
    I love them all! Especially McKenna's, Amanda's & Andrea's

    What are the names of their patterns please?
    Thank you
    McKenna's is a version of Confetti from the book Stratavarious
    Amanda's is the quick jelly roll pattern that I cut and added black strips to
    Andrea's is a D9P

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    Quote Originally Posted by SewingBee
    Wow! Beautiful--how long did it take you to make all of them? They are all so wonderful in their own way!
    Thank you.
    I have been working on them since may with a couple other projects thrown in.

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    What can i say other than they are so lucky to receive these. I can see by them all being different, that they are definitely different ages and sexes. You have gone to a lot of trouble to make them to suit that person. Well done. I hope they do appreciate all the time and effort, never mind the hours and hours and costs, that have gone into them.

    Very spoilt. I hope you will be there when they open their gifts and share in their enjoyment. :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by margie77072
    These are beautiful!!! Would you mind telling us the quilt pattern you used for each one? I'd like to try a few of these. Your nieces are so loved by their aunt, I hope they realize that these are an expression of your love for them.
    Thanks for the kind words. I really am lucky to have them.
    Casey's is from Eleanor Burns Quick Trip quilts.
    Sue's is a Depression block
    Jeans is from American heritage by Robert Kaufman
    Amanda's is the quick Jelly roll quilt with some strips of black added.
    McKenna's is Confetti from StrataVarious quilts
    Brenda's is Lacy heart from the book Quick & Easy romantic Quilts
    Andrea's is a D9P

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    those are all so nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBQLTN
    I especially like the ones for McKenna and Jean. McKenna's looks a lot like me! Is there a pattern for this?

    Peggy
    It's "Confetti" from the book StrataVarious Quilts but I changed the size of the blocks to make it go faster. If this looks like you I'm guessing you are a wonderful, happy, bright woman!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dawn payne
    Your talent is amazing! I love the variety!What is the pattern called that is in black & white? [email protected] Dawn Payne
    It's a depression block. Very simple.

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    You have been one busy lady, they are all beautiful.

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    they are beautiful

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    Man oh Man You have been busy. They are all beautiful

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    Busy woman I'd say !!!! They are worth the time love energy and effort, they will be estatic !!! Thanks for sharing

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    Wow they are all beautiful!

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