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Thread: A Few Finished

  1. #26
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    They're all beautiful. I like the "Tuscon" one the best.We're planning to go to Arizonia in February. I was thinking of making a quilt from our trip. This is just what I was visualizing.

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    Great quilts. Love the colors in the middle one!!

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    I love them all but the third quilt really struck a chord. My older son requested a turtle quilt and I got a great pattern for that but my younger son requested a crocodile quilt and I was stuck on what to do. I am going to use your frog quilt as a starting place. How did you make such a huge pattern for the applique? I may use an overhead projector at work during my lunch hour and trace it onto fusible interfacing or something...

    Great quilts

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    love the quilts but love the avatar more - I thought I was looking at my two babies

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    I'm for the frog.

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    They are all beautiful quilts - I especiall like the first!

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    love the frog

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    Beautiful :thumbup:

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    All is very nice. The frog is a good way to dress up the rail fence quilt. You are talented!

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    I like all three. What nice work you do and your color choices are so great.

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    They all are great! The first one is beautiful. What is that pattern?

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    wow.. i love all of them.. very talented lady you are !! keep up the beautiful work..

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    Stunning quilts! Great job on all of them!

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    I love them - especially the frog!!!

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    Beautiful quilts. Love all the colors and the frog quilt is so adorable. Wonderful work.

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    All 3 of them are adorable!

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    Very nice.

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    All are beautiful. Is the first one a stacked posy?

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    They're wonderful!

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    Lets see if I can reply to you all. The frog was a pattern called frog cabin. I did rail fence instead of log cabin blocks. The bugs came from a fabric and I just cut them out and appliqued them on the front. The first quilt was an idea I saw on a Fons & Porter show. Just cut squares
    7-7/8" from large florals the cut them diagonally to make HST's, added lattice and cornerstones. It was easy. The second one was Eleanor Burns trip around the world from fabrics purchased on my many trips to Tucson. I love SW colors and had this quilt in mind long before I started quilting. Thank you all for your kind words and all the inspiration I get from this site. I just love quilters!!!

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    PS - In the first quilt I only used 2 florals and then pulled the colors from those.

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    Those are beautiful

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    Great quilts! :)

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    All of your quilt are so very beautiful.

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    You sure make it hard to pick a favorite, but that frog is just too cute to pass up! All were beautiful quilts.

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