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Old 12-09-2011, 07:44 PM
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Tomorrow I am going to the Martelli Enterprises Christmas Open House. I sent and email to get information about the event and they asked if I could make a lap quilt for a teen. I was tickled to be able to make this quilt in such a short time. I am just beginning my quilting journey. I have made 2 quilts in the last 4 months. I still haven't posted pictures of the first quilt but will as soon as someone tall enough holds it up for me. The donation quilt cost me $9. That is what I paid for the jelly roll at Tuesday morning. I pieced my warm and natural batting and used donated fabric from my stash for the borders and backing. The raspberry polka dots is left over from my first quilt.
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Old 12-09-2011, 08:03 PM
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Very pretty quilt... did you quilt it as you go? I have a sister that would LOVE this... she's a pastel girl.
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Old 12-09-2011, 08:08 PM
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BEAUTIFUL!! You'll make someone VERY happy!
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Old 12-09-2011, 08:14 PM
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What a fun quilt Nicely done....and the price is right!
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Old 12-09-2011, 08:24 PM
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Originally Posted by coachmatthewsvhs View Post
Very pretty quilt... did you quilt it as you go? I have a sister that would LOVE this... she's a pastel girl.
This isn't a quilt as you go. Tell your sister to go to YouTube and look for "jelly roll races." In the race, they use 2 identical jelly rolls. Since I only had one, I use borders to make the lap quilt larger. It is almost a twin size. Just perfect to cozy up in a read or watch TV.
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Really nice job. Such a pretty girly quilt.
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I hope the recipient will appreciate all of you hard work! It is very nice.
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Your quilt is very nice, and you did a good job on it. I'm sure that it will be appreciated.
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Very nice quilt.
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Really cute I am sure it will be loved!
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