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Thread: indian quilt

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    a customer wanted me to do a quilts with Indians, buffalo s, wolfs, horses and owls, and with earth tones, well this is what I did this weekend
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    Beautiful!
    I can see you enjoy your art!

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    yes i do I like when the customers says I want this in the quilt and they let me do whatever I want, I think is more fun

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    Is the pictue area pieced or a panels? Some panels it's are to tell. Also, I believe some of the ladies on QB are capable pictuitrol quilts such of this. Tinker

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    You did all those in a week end, wow, my hat is off to you.

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    to tell you the truth I did it on a saturday, If I have the idea on my head I seat and I do it, some time is a little hard because I do not follow a pattern I do what ever is in my head and heart to please the customer

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinker
    Is the pictue area pieced or a panels? Some panels it's are to tell. Also, I believe some of the ladies on QB are capable pictuitrol quilts such of this. Tinker
    that is a panel, am working on doing pieced pictures because I think it is fabulous to do those things like that, but in this case I used a panel

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    You did a great job!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4EVERquilt
    You did a great job!!
    thank you

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    Great job.

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    Wow!!!! This is beautiful.

    Sewfine

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    I really love that - I have been looking for a panel like that - I like those navajo type patterns.

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    wow! Such great work! I plan on making an Indian quilt one of these days!

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    It's a gorgeous panel, love your earth tones goes well!

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    Great quilt you did an awesome job...well done.

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