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Thread: my first quilt

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    Thought ya'll would like to see my 1st. quilt.My tired old behind is going to bed.Have to take DIL to Dr. first thing in the morn.Blessings to all!
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    It's very nice and the colors are pretty.

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    Great beginning. Number 1 is always special:)

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    Very pretty!!!

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    beautiful

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    This quilt is 10 years old.I only wash her in cold water.

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    Very nice! Do you have something in mind for project #2?

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    Very nice. It is good that you have your first quilt.

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    Very cute! Love the color combos :)

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    Very pretty quilt!

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    I like that! Very pretty! :thumbup:

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    Very pretty. You done a great job! Pat yourself on the back.

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    Hello Angie S. From bowling Green.

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    Great color combo. Great work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Country1
    Very pretty. You done a great job! Pat yourself on the back.


    Hi Country!! :) Nice to see a fellow Kentuckian on here!
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    A 9P is a perfect beginner quilt. And do you know what, after 35 years of quilting I still use it! Great job, thanks for sharing.

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    I've made other quilts for family members.Don't have pics of them, I don't think.Right now I have 3 quilts going, green sampler for my son, another 9 patch with bunny print for my dau. & a pink sampler in memory for my late grand daughter Ashley.I don't know how many baby quilts I've made.

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    Have you tried the disappearing 9P quilt? There is also a disappearing 4P that I like



    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-40144-1.htm
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-92447-1.htm This one takes the DP4 one more step for a different block.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-68180-1.htm

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