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Thread: Indian Ladies for an Aunt

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    Senior Member Motorcyclemad's Avatar
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    I am slowly (but surely), working my way through getting all of my father's siblings a quilt. Here is a wall hanging kit that was purchased by a friend because she liked the fabric, but after looking at the instructions decided against it. I have added a few more borders and extended it to a queen-sized.

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    great quilt lots of thought put into it :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by bebe
    great quilt lots of thought put into it :thumbup:
    Not really, it was one of the easier ones I've done. ;)

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    I love it when the easy ones look so impressive!

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    That is so unique. I never seen that fabric before

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    That's a great quilt! Nice work!

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    Is the Indian women fabric or applique? Would like to know manufactor if it is fabric.

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    It is beautiful, love the border

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    Nice quilt.

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    How many siblings. The quilt looks great. What a lovely thing to do

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    I love it! The quilt is beautiful and the colours and the fabric choices are superb.

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    I love this quilt, I love southwest quilts.
    Rae

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    Very nice and very different - great job.

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    Love the quilt.
    Sewfine

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    I think I would have bought that kit because of the fabric, too. It looks like the quilt was fun to put together.

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    I love this one too!!!

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    Great quilt

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    Beautiful

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    Will keep watching for reply. I would also love to have some of the border if it is a fabric. If you appliqued the Indian ladies, about how big did you make them?

    Beautiful work. Love the colors!

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    Beautiful southwest colors in this quilt and I hope auntie appreciates all that hard work.

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    It is pre-printed fabric. I don't know the manufacturer. The kit was the last one in my LQS. I haven't seen it again since my friend bought the kit.

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    Beautiful !! :-D

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    Very beautiful quilt!

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    Mcmad, that is beautiful, and your extra borders look like they were made for it!

    Do you know the name of the pattern? My friend asked for a wallhanging in those exact colors!

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    I love it. The colors are beautiful, some of my favs.

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