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Thread: Most of my 2018 finishes

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    Most of my 2018 finishes

    For a good part of 2018 I have been working on quilts for some of the young ones in our family. These are pics of those quilts. All were done QAYG, all have fleece backing. I have posted pics in the works or complete of most of these. I may have to do this in 2 posts.

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    Native Cubes this has 3D cubes the printed fabric was what I had left from a quilt I made for my Uncle, I made the top and bottom "binding" into fringe

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    I love how this one turned out, it was made w/ 2 tie dye panels and the black background fabric. Both fabrics were stacked repeat cut w/ 8 repeats. I will be making this again!!!! I also fringed this one on top and bottom, but didn't like the backing fleece alone, so double layered the fleece and made it so every other fringe was black / backing fleece. I made up the fringe idea as I went and it turned out even better then I imagined.

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    Frozen Cubes was made from a Frozen (movie) fabric, all stacked repeat cut for the block fronts.


    To be continued on the next post ..................
    "Never cruel, nor cowardly, never give up, never give in."

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    Sonic screwdrivers, fez, bow ties, and Stetsons are cool.

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    They look fantastic.
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    .................. and for the next ones.

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    Frozen Cubes, also made from Frozen fabric, these are 24 blade repeat stacked cut, all 24 plates!!!! Love how this one turned out, the background and center circle pieces are also repeat stacked cut from fossil fern fabric. I had just got a new sewing machine that had the cutest snowflake fancy stitch so that is what I used to quilt around the center circles and the outer edges of the dressies.

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    This one is stacked repeat cut octagons for the big 9 octos, each flanked w/ repeat stacked cut hexies, w/ repeat stacked cut squares forming each octo/hexie into squares.
    "Never cruel, nor cowardly, never give up, never give in."

    Let's take care of the Earth, it is the only planet that for sure has Chocolate.

    Sonic screwdrivers, fez, bow ties, and Stetsons are cool.

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    Trying to digest all this at one time. The frozen quilt is my favorite until I look at them again, then I change my mind until I look again. Okay I like them all. The 3d blocks are great until......okay I can't make up my mind which I like best so I must be awestruck. Job well done on all of them. Thanks for sharing.

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    Wow is about all I seem to keep repeating as I scroll. Wonderful wonderful patterns and work. Love them all.
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    That's a beautiful quilt "show", Kass. I'm sure all were excitedly received!
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    Wow...amazing projects. It appears that you are very creative and enjoy challenges. You have a wonderful eye for color. Thank you for sharing your work.
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    Your work is awesome!
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    Kool quilts. Thanks for the show. BrendaK
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    All are amazing! You are so clever with your creativity and it's so fun to just stare at the details. My eye was drawn to the hearts illuminating from the center of your one tie-dye piece! Again, they are all just amazing
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    Thanks everyone, I had a lot of fun designing and making them, and really hope they are well received. I know the mom of one of the kids is already threatening to "keep" the tie dye one safe (on her bed) until the child is "older" lol lol lol

    Christine, I didn't make the tie dye panels, I included them to show the fabric I made the quilt from. The tie dye panels are from Anthology's Cube - bori collection.
    "Never cruel, nor cowardly, never give up, never give in."

    Let's take care of the Earth, it is the only planet that for sure has Chocolate.

    Sonic screwdrivers, fez, bow ties, and Stetsons are cool.

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    Kass all of your quilts are spectacular, my favorite is the Frozen dressie quilt!

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    Oh, my, fantastic quilts...your fabric choices make these spectacular!
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    ​Well done and I like your fringe finish!

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    Kass they are all amazing

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    Double kudos to you! Fantastic collection of beautiful quilts.
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    You have made some amazing quilts!!! Frozen is my favorite!!!

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    love the tie dye 'heart" quilt with the bright pink, blue. green, yellow and orange. Would love to have a better explanation of how you made it.

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    You are surely the queen of fantastic fussy cutting/accurate octagons/and perfect plates! Amazing quilts! Lucky kiddos!
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    Beautiful! Such creativity!
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    Very impressed with all of your work. I love quilt as you go.
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    Luv ur quilts!

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    Wow! You were busy … great job.

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    Amazing quilts!

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