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Thread: My last few quilting projects

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    Senior Member ShabbyTabby's Avatar
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    I love the quilt with the nautiical theme. Can you tell me what the pattern for the quit is? Or is it your own design. I would love to make one like that.
    Families are like old quilts....although they tend to unravel at times...each can be stitched back together with love.

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    The pattern for the sailboat quilt was fromFons and Porters magazine., March/April 2007. It's called Aaian Harmony by Gail Kessler. I had to increase the size, so the layout might not be exactly the same. I didn't want to cut the designs so small that you couldn't see the prints. I didn't have a turning Twenty pattern so i used this. Now i would probably use the Double Slice Layer Cake from MSQC. Thanks.
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    busy, busy , busy... I like them all

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    WOW! You've been super busy!
    Great projects! Thanks for sharing!

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    Would you mind sharing what pattern you used for the hexagon table topper, coasters, and the coaster holder? I just love what you did there, and your colors are awesome! Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lollygagging View Post
    Love the colors in the sailboat quilt, the idea that you included the matching pillow case with the quilt and the mug rugs you made to go with the one table runner. Also like the colors in the dark blue table runner. All your projects are wonderful and creative. Thanks for sharing.
    Ditto. Do you have a pattern for the table runner? Very nice work. BrendaK
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    Love them all, but oh so ute is in pic 2
    Thatlittle holder.justlove it

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    Finally got around to looking up the patterns so I could answer the questions that were asked. The table runner isfrom a pattern called "Easy Striped Table Runner" designed by Karen Montgomery. Www.thequiltcompany.com. I bought it at the LQS. I also bought the 60 degree ruler that makes it easier. I actually pieced the first inside section on the runner because i wanted a dark strip in the center.
    The coasters and holder came from the magazine-Quilts and More summer 2011. They were designed by Monica Solario-Snow of Happy Zombie(THEHAPPYZOMBIE.com) the hexagon table topper is a little more difficult because I kinda made it up as I went along. I had searched for one online and couldn't find anything. I was at the lake so I didn't have my library of books and patterns to look through. The center is basically a larger version of the coasters and i just kept adding strips around it. Either Kaye Wood or Eleanor Burns something similar. Sorry i can't be more helpful.
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    Great work and lots of it...lol

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    Your project are great.
    Love them all.
    Thanks for sharing your hard work..

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    Lovely! Each and everyone is beautiful!

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    Fantastic job on all your quilt projects
    Pegg


    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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