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Thread: Lil Lucky Ducky

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    Here is my lastest quilt for my nieces new baby due in 2 weeks

    Lil Lucky Ducky
    Name:  Attachment-22033.jpe
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    Awesome ducky quilt, I love it!

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    Thank you.
    This was so much fun to make..

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    So sweet

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    So cute!

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    That is one of the cutest baby quilts I have ever seen! Is it all different textures?

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    Very Cute!

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    Adorable - pretty colours.

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    Thats sew cute!!! :thumbup:

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    The center panel I quilted, then made the duck with 4 layers of fabric, stiched 1/2 inch lines then cut the first 3 layers to make the chenille look.. Lots of fun... The blocks on the outer are like a raggy quilt....It was a lot of fun to make.

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    Cute

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    i could see right away you chenilled it! it looks so cute! great job!!

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    I love it. It looks like such a great touchy-feely blanket.

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    Awwww :-P

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    That is soooo Cute !!! A really great looking quilt. You did a great job.

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    Oh, that is so sweet! Wonderful job!

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    What a cute ducky quilt. Great job.

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    love it

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    aaah, so adorable, love the technique you used.

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    Thank you all, I had so much fun with this one, and it only took 4 days !!

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    ASSUM

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    Very cute ducky's!!

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    That is one cool Ducky! Lovely work thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRT-RUTHIE
    The center panel I quilted, then made the duck with 4 layers of fabric, stiched 1/2 inch lines then cut the first 3 layers to make the chenille look.. Lots of fun... The blocks on the outer are like a raggy quilt....It was a lot of fun to make.
    What a wonderful combinations of different technics. It is so multi demensional and tactile looking. Great job.

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