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Thread: Let's try this again... more pics

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    For some reason it didn't post all the pictures the first time. I don't think I'm doing this right.

    a baby quilt I made for my cousin's wife
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    This was in memory of my grandma who passed away last October from ovarian cancer.
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    Wow -- beautiful quilts -- all of them!!

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    Beautiful quilts QuilterKim!!! Looks like you've done a wonderful job on all of them!

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    Very nice, each and every one of them. :D

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    I like them all, and you have the hang of posting pics now, so well done.

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    I like them all!

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    Your quilts are absolutely beautiful!! :D
    You have done a great job making them.
    I am so glad you shared these with us.
    :D :D :D :D :D

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    Love the quilts. What a nice tribute to your Grandmother.
    Great work!

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    Thanks! She was able to see it before she passed away. Do you have a Sheltie? I have one.

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    They are all beautiful. Nice job!

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    Great work

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    Great job!!

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    Great work, and they are all pretty...love the pink :D

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    I love the quilt you made in support of your grandmother. They are all beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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    Beautiful quilts!

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    I love your quilts. The blue one is my favorite. Great work.

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    Beautiful Quilts.

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    I love the tricky squares, is that a purchased pattern? I would love to make a quilt from that pattern

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheri
    I love the tricky squares, is that a purchased pattern? I would love to make a quilt from that pattern
    If you look closely at the quilt, it's a 4 patch. The trick is in the way they are put together :D But it would be nice to have written instructions as I'm such a klutz....


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    I made this one up. It's actually four big blocks. (I'm guessing on the size here) Each block has (5) 3" squares across and (5) 3" squares down. It goes like this.

    Row 1: Gold, Lt Blue, Flower, Lt Blue, Gold
    Row 2: Lt Blue, Flower, Red, Flower, Lt Blue
    Row 3: Flower, Red, Lt Blue, Red, Flower
    Row 4: Lt Blue, Flower, Red, Flower, Lt Blue
    Row 5: Gold, Lt Blue, Flower, Lt Blue, Gold

    I was just starting out and didn't really know how to create a block. I'm glad you liked it.

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    Great looking quilts!

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    Very pretty quilts. I love the "tricky" one. It got me, I focused on the nine patch that stood out to me and a rail fence, then "other blocks". :lol:

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