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Thread: Got my RW & Black quilt finished

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    Power Poster sewnsewer2's Avatar
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    I sure got a lot done today! I quilted 3 quilts and bound them today!

    One I can't show just now because it is for a swap, but here's the RW&B and an isolet quilt for charity I quilted and bound (did not make the top tho of the isolet).

    front RWB
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    back
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    isolet front
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    back of isolet
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    That RWB one is just stunning!
    I'm planning on making a rwb one for my youngest son's teacher this spring to give her at the end of the year - lap quilt size :)
    Your quilt is a wonderful inspiration! It is just gorgeous!

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    WOW you were busy... :mrgreen: :mrgreen: Great job :thumbup:

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    That was the word that came to mind re: red/black quilt, STUNNING.

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    They are both adorable and you must do some fast sewing,
    to get three done in one day.Great work :thumbup:

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    Wow, the RWB is beautiful, and I love the back. The isolette is adorable too!

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    Both quilts are awesome!! Great job on the R,W, & B! I love those combinations, so stunning!

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    That RWB is absolutely gorgeous! Love the other one too!

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    Thanks everyone. I used all of the RWB fabrics! I didn't have enough for the back of any one color, so I did it this way.

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    I think you RWB quilt is just gorgeous!! I love how you did the back of it. The isollette quilt is so cute!

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    Truly beautiful and beautifully done!

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    Very nice!

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    Nice setting, good idea!

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    Great job! A lot to accomplich in one day too!

    Kyia

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    all beautiful quilts!

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    The r/w/b one is gorgeous. The isolette one is cute too. Great work.

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    wow great job!

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    Love the R,W& B!!
    This is on my to do list!

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    The rw&b is just awesome!! and love the way you put the back on it :thumbup: The isolette is charming.
    You do really great work.

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    You have been busy! They sure are nice!

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    Beautiful work :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Yowza. I really like the strippy back on the RWB quilt; it's like two awesome quilts in one.

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    i love that color mixture on the first one, nice work

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    great work!

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    Ooooooh...that RBW is really talkin' to me...log cabin blocks are so easy to fall in love with...and this one looks so updated! I'm waaaaay impressed and inspired...thank you so much...and I love the back...really smart thinkin' on your part to use all your fabs and get a quilt with interest on both sides!

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