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Thread: Lindy's 10 minute blocks...quilted by Charisma's Corner

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    Super Member charismah's Avatar
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    Lindyline sent the quilt for Cole my 13 year old son to quilt. :lol:

    It looks like he missed a few spots..so he is going to pin it back on and fill it in..no worries! It's all part of the learning curve...Carl has much more experience than Cole...but they are a great team...and working really hard.

    Linda let him decide how he wanted to quilt the center 3-D blocks....he wanted the flaps quilted over to create the diamonds....I think he did really well.

    Thanks Linda! We appreciate you!

    These will be heading back "Down Under" on Monday.

    We used hobbs polydown batting.
    Cole quilted this freehand on an 18 Innova.

    Thanks for looking!
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    Good work, Cole! Love the colors and fabrics, looks so cozy!

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    That is so beautiful. I love the colors.

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    Thats wonderful!

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    Wonderful job for all involved. Love the colors and the quilting:)

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    Great job....love the colors

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    both quilt and quilting are gorgeous

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    :thumbup:

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    Fabulous work of both piecer & quilter! Great quilt!
    Maureen

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    I love the flowers he added in some of the blocks. Great job, Cole.

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    Good work cole

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    Cole, you sure did a wonderful job. Great looking quilt.

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    Great job. How do you get any quilting done when you have to share with two sons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PegD
    Great job. How do you get any quilting done when you have to share with two sons?
    I have 2 long arms. :thumbup:

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    Great job on the quilting, and I love the quilt and it's colors! :thumbup:

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    looks great!

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    Your boys are doing an awesome job!

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    Fantastic quilt!! Both of your sons are really turning into pros just like their talented Mom!! Great job Cole!!

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    Thank you Cole I love what you've done to my batic swap top. These were all from the batik swap earlier this year. This top will now be going to a friend of mine who has had a recurrence if ovarian cancer. She told us just the other day. Thank you so much.

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    She made a nice quilt and he did a very good job.

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    Beautiful quilt!

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    When they go to work their way through college - they will make lots more money quilting that if they had to work at McDonald's! They are already doing great; imagine what a couple more years of practice will bring!

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    Beautiful quilt...and super job Cole :)

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    Beautiful!!!

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    Beautiful quilt. Cole you did a fantastic job. :thumbup:

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