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Thread: Duck hunting anyone?

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    These quilts are again very "Manly" quilts. BUt I could totally see using these in a cabin snuggling by a fire..reading a book( a quilting book of course) with a cup of hot cider.

    I tried to keep with the theme of the quilts.
    Many of the fabrics had different types of leaves... I used stipple as my base and added different types of leaves in my quilting. For the blocks I just wanted to outline the main duck and add a little water texture and a cloud. The end result is a comfy cozy look.

    I quilted these using hobbs polydown batting.

    I quilted these freehand on my 26 INNOVA.
    Thanks for looking.

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    Love the quilt....lots of waterfowl pics in my house...esp like the color choices...
    BUT most of all - love your quilting....someday I hope to have made a quilt worthy of your creative and skilled talents. Keep up the great work!

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    I agree with bisseau but alas, I have not even looked at my piles of quilting projects. I am waiting for the bug to bite me again. I've been in a huge slump :(

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    C, I LOVE THESE!!!!!! Thanks!

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    Oh so nice...the colors are so comforting and the quilting suits them perfectly.

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    The colors blend beautifully,> It's your quilting that really sets everything to spectacular!

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    Very manly quilt....love it....gives me ideas for my dh!!!!

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    Absolutely LOVE the color/fabric choices for the quilt, and as always, absolutely LOVE your quilting!!

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    ohh that in a very beautiful, manly quilt!!!!

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    As usual gorgeous quilting!!!
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    I think country, not necessarily manly. I know plenty of women who would like this quilt.

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    The quilt is great. The quilting is wonderful

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