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Thread: Kindergarden Heart in Hand Quilt

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    very cute.

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    absolutely beautiful-awesome idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by ube quilting
    This is for Classroom inspiration. All the kids had a hand in it. hope this gives an idea! The teachers hand is in the center and all the kids signed their names and there are bible qoutes and inspirational sayings on it also!
    You did such a great job! I love it, the colors and design...the border adds great pop as well!

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    Wonderful quilt and such a neat thing to do for your class. Certainly a good way to include each and every student!

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    might be an idea for next year's class quilt. I've done painted handprints before........hmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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    Really a clever idea. I love it.

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    Love the quilts the kids help to make. You did a great job especially on the colors!! :-D

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    cute idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by ube quilting
    This is for Classroom inspiration. All the kids had a hand in it. hope this gives an idea! The teachers hand is in the center and all the kids signed their names and there are bible qoutes and inspirational sayings on it also!
    HOW NICE OF YOU I HOPE THE TEACHER REALLY APPRECIATES ALL THE WORK YOU DID AND THE KIDS ALSO.

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    I love these quilts. Have seen several done this way and they are so cute! :lol:

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    I love it!
    And I bet those little ones are so proud of their square-
    I just love, love that age
    makes my day, thanks for sharing

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    Great idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer22206
    that's so cute. Love the idea!

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    Who is the lucky person who gets to keep the quilt? Very good idea and beautiful quilt.

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    Great job!! The colors are fabulous.

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    THAT IS REALLY CUTE! can you tell me how you appliqued all the hands on the quilt and made it look so amazing!! I am having a hard time with my applique.
    peggy

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    If I can find some time I am going to borrow your idea for my special ed class. Last year they made quilt squares with fabric squares but we did something wrong (I know what we did) and the all faded to ugly colors. One of my students is working on brightening it back up!! Yours is beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebeccai
    I absolutely love your class quilt!! I am a 4th grade teacher and I also wanted a class quilt. Only problem was that I never found the time. :cry:
    Me too....but I teach about 125 kids at a time (6th grade in middle school) and I never figured out how to not leave anybody out. I did see a whole elementary school quilt once that had over 300 handprints and hung in the cafeteria since it was the only place with a ceiling high enough. It was amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by peggy463
    THAT IS REALLY CUTE! can you tell me how you appliqued all the hands on the quilt and made it look so amazing!! I am having a hard time with my applique.
    peggy
    Dear Peggy, I machine satin stitched around the hands. First I traced the hands onto light weight fusable interfacing, ironed them onto the fabric, cut out and before sewing I put a sheet of paper towel on the bottom of the backing square to act as a stabilizer. When I finished sewing I removed the paper. Hope this helps you!

    Oh! the teacher kept the quilt as a memory of her class.

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    Great keepsake!

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    That is truly a "Wow!" quilt! What a lucky teacher she is! That border is great, as well. Really fantastic!

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    Wonderful quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyncat
    If I can find some time I am going to borrow your idea for my special ed class. Last year they made quilt squares with fabric squares but we did something wrong (I know what we did) and the all faded to ugly colors. One of my students is working on brightening it back up!! Yours is beautiful.
    Dear lyncat, I made a quilt with your avatar pattern for a friend who loves VW's. It was so much fun picking fabrics for each block. I'll post it! :D

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    What a wonderful idea! I love the colors and quotes puts it over the top!

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    Great idea! Love the bright colors. :thumbup:

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