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Thread: More quilting projects finished

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    Senior Member mms61371's Avatar
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    This are a few other quilts that I have finished.

    This magnolia was done from an oil painting that my Grandmother had painted. It was done with freezer paper piecing.
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    I made this one for a friend that has a new baby boy.
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    This was a Christmas wall quilt I made for my mom for her birthday. I got the pattern out of a magazine. It was so easy I'll be doing another one for me and turning it in to a Christmas tree skirt.
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    Those are all gorgeous! Each one prettier than the one before.

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    Wow.. They are all beautiful..

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    Those are so pretty! I love the baby quilt.

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    Great work..... keep posting.... they are really lovely.

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    I love them........all of them. You did a great job. Thanks for sharing.

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    Easy? You seem to be a master quiltmaker! I would like to know what magazine you got that Mariner's Compass wall hanging from.

    You really do amazing work, and I love your color choices!

    Wendy

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    All of them are gorgeous! I love magnolias, and the bottom one is a beauty. Was it paper pieced?

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    I love the bright colors you choose. the one you made for your mother sure looks hard to me. You must have a lot of experience........these are all welldone :D :D :D :D :D

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    You are sooooooooo creative! And a very talented quilter. Keep em coming - we love to drool!!!

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    Your quilts are beautiful!! Keep the pics coming!! :D :D

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    Wow, wow and WOW! Those are gorgeous! Make more!

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    Wowzers!!! Those are fabulous!! :)

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    Wow!! I love the colors on the first one. It's going to be one loved blankie. And you said the last one was easy?? Not unless it a printed panel it's not. :D

    I'd love to make that first one--what is it called?

    Thanks for sharing your masterpieces.

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    Wow!! They're all just stunning!! and how special is to reproduce your Grandmother's painting in a quilt!! Thanks sooo much for sharing such treasures with us!!

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    Barnbum,
    The baby quilt is the "Ethan's Star" pattern. I found it in the back of a quilting magazine. It is something you can buy (I think it is called Five Stars Big Block Baby quilts). Instead of buying it, I drew it onto to graph paper and figured everthing from there. Mine is 42" x 42". So the blocks are six inched finished. I cut everything ahead of time and then I start the assembly. It makes it much faster and easier. It took about five days to do this one. The hardest part was finding fabrics for little boys. I hope this helps. If you go to www.villagequiltshoppe.com they are suppose to have the pattern for sale.
    Maggie

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    These are beautiful! The magnolia especially! I'll bet your grandma would be pleased you were inspired by her work of art and made your own work of art off that!

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    Beautiful quilts. Thanks for showing them. I especially love the one you made for your Mom. Do you remember the magazine it came from. I would love to attempt making it.
    amiswish

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    MMS:
    And my address is: ........ Please feel free to ship any of these gorgeous creations to me! Thanks for sharing.

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