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Thread: My crumb/crazy quilt is finished - and I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Izy
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    There has been such alot of interest in the making of this quilt...I think the tutorial has been downloaded or requested directly from me in the hundreds!! Thanks for all your support :D

    Here are the pictures of the completed quilt, this will be going back to the U.K. for my great nephew who will be one in July :D :D
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    You did a great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    You did a great job!
    Thanks Terri, You noticed I am not spending as much time here....had to get that quilt finished, I have enjoyed every minute of making this one :D

    Just got to make a label for it, but waiting for a confirmation email from my niece to make sure she likes it first, then I will make a personalised label :D

    Part of me hopes she doesn't like it....cos I do and I wanna keep it now :roll: :roll: :roll:

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    lol

    I feel that way about all my quilts. Want to keep them all.
    Right now I need to figure out patterns for 2 quilts for 2 little girls.
    They are living in Japan and I will be visiting them around the end of July, early August. I want to get there before the oldest starts school, that way we can do site seeing and not have to worry about getting back in time for her to get out of school.

    So, off I go into the wilds of my room......wish me luck! lol

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    Having sewing, we are off down to Torre for the day!!

    Catch u later matey :D

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    Izy, that quilt looks great, no wonder you donīt really want to get rid of it.

    Love it Elle xx

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    Wow!! I could look at that for a long time. What a perfect idea for kids too--with the photos added in. And fish could have blue all around and....

    It's just perfect.

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    Ooooh, it looks gorgeous! :)

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    I love the colors. It looks wonderful. Very inspiring.

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    Beautiful, looks hard to make!

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    I love it, great for kids and the kitty fabric is cute and wild.........good job
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    Oh, I love it. Those fabrics are awesome! Great Job!

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    I just love it, too!

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    very awesome quilt Izy.

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    That turned out to be terrific! I love the colors. I wasn't sure about the pattern, but I love yours...so think I'll tackle 1 sometime myself!

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    WOW that is just fabulous!

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    Very nice Izy. Your great nephew will have a good time looking at it and snuggking under it.

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    Izy - that is the coolest scraa quilt yet. You should post it in the scrap quilt challenge thread too. Awesome!

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/posts/list/2938.page


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    Izy- I love your quilt, it is so bright and colorful. You did good !!!!!!!!!

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    Thanks everyone...Just had an email back from my niece...she loves it too!! (Shame...I fancied keeping it myself now lol!!! :lol: :lol: )

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    WOW!! That turned out GREAT...I love the colors

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    I love this. Very nice!

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    OH, this is wonderful ! My college age daughter was wishing for something like this ! Did you use paper piecing?? How did you do this??

    Chairjogger

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    Izy, what a fun quilt, and I bet it was just as fun to make!

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    Chairjogger,

    It's a crumb quilt! Check out Izy's tutorial on crumb quilts!
    She did a great job teaching this one!

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