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Thread: matthew's quilt

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    matthew's quilt

    All done and he is happy....
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    It is great! What did you use for lining? I am making one and I can't decide what to use for lining. I love your design. It's very manly.

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    Looks great! Congrats!
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    Oh this looks so cozy! I'd be happy to receive a quilt like that too! I love all the plaids and that you tied it!!

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    Very nice job.
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    very nicely done
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltngolfer View Post
    It is great! What did you use for lining? I am making one and I can't decide what to use for lining. I love your design. It's very manly.
    not sure my other answer got to you. Thank you. I used a flannel sheet. It worked great and was easier to tie than through a bunch of batting and having to worry if I tied it enough. smile.

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    the plaids are all from old shirts. Now I have to start on one for his brother. LOL...

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    Looks like a happy guy to me. Great quilt!

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    Great quilt, it sure does look nice and warm.Wouldn't mind one myself. Thanks for sharing it with us.
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    Good job..

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    Awesome up-cycle. I love the flannels. It looks so cozy and comfy!!
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    That looks like a cozy quilt.

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    nice job!!!!
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    I see now the colors show to be more black, but it is all shades of brown except the plaids. they have a lot of red.

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    Very masculine and dramatic.

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    It does look like a very comfortable quilt. I like the feel of flannel in the middle.

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    Great job. A real man's quilt.
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    What a very nice quilt! It does look like it would be warm and cuddly.
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    Wonderful; Matthew looks very pleased!

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    Oh that looks great. cuddly too!!!

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    Great job!!!!

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    Lovely quilt.

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    Nice work. Great masculine quilt.

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