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Thread: KP's memorial quilts....quilted by Charisma

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    You are simply amazing! I'm awestruck

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    They are both fabulous but I think I like the first one best. I just like that patter a lot and the colors look really great in it. That polydown really shows up your feathers. your quilting is fabulous

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    Outstanding, wish I could afford to have quilts long armed it sure makes a world of diffrence!

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    Oh, I'm in tears..so touchingly beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottontop
    Oh, I'm in tears..so touchingly beautiful.
    I, too, got all choked up as I read and looked....both of these are beautiful and I'm sure the recipient will be moved by the love that went into the piecing and quilting!! Beautiful job KP and Charisma!!

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    The quilts are beautiful and the solid backing just showcases your wonderful quilting! Good job both of you. Wonderful!

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    Beautiful!

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    Wow such beautiful quilt.

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    Gorgeous work by the two of you. Friend is going to be thrilled.

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    Beautiful.

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    The quilt is beautiful, quilting is out of this world, as usual.

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    beautiful

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    Beautiful quilting--great quilts

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    Yes, those are two beautiful quilts....Your quilting makes them extra special.

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    Just lovely.

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    You did a beautiful job quilting those. She will be pleased I'm sure!

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    Beautiful, love the quilting.

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    Beautiful quilts... beautiful quilting.

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    the quilt is beautiful,But Charisma your quilting is tops. It really made the quilt pop

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    So pretty! Ya'll did a great job.

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    Speachless. Both the quilts and the quilting are incredible. Thanks for sharing

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    You have the perfect machine for your abilities because you are just the ultimate in innovation when it comes to quilting. I never cease to be amazed at the beauty and perfection of your quilting. It boggles the mind.

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    I'll say it again, and again.....fantastic quilting Charisma with designs that highlight the wonderful work done before you. I'm sitting here with tears running down my face (yes I'm a sentimental soul) thinking of how the recipient will feel when she sees and feels the warm of these quilts. You have truly earned your "angel wings" with these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charismah
    KP was asked to make a quilt for her friend. It is made from her deceased husbands shirts. K was able to get 2 quilts made from the shirts and she did a wonderful job. I think these are some of the prettiest memory quilts I have seen....I am honored to be a part of it.

    I think all of my designs are pretty simple...I wanted to highlight the shirt material and let that shine and pop out. I also wanted to break up border designs from the center...so different designs in each section..texture. I love texture. I tend to do that with quilting .....and also with my personal fabric choices.


    I quilted both of these quilts on my INNOVA. No pantograph or computer quilting.

    I used Hobbs polydown batting in both quilts.

    Thanks for looking.
    Charisma, thanks so much for making these special for my dear friend, I sent the lind her and she is amazed how wonderful they turned out, thanks to your quilting. She is fun to be with and always joking around. After she dried her tears, she said these quilts might be the best memory she has of her husband...your work is wonderful!

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    Both quilts are so beautiful and will bring back so many special memories of her husband . Your quilting just sets everything off and enhances the beauty ,great job ladies.

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