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Thread: My Stain Glass wallhanging Finished

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    Senior Member DebJ's Avatar
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    I didn't make my deadline. :roll: I just delivered it today, don't even know where it is going to be hung yet. :? This is something I have wanted to make for the Church for some time. Now it is Finished, thank the Lord for all His help. :D It wasn't hard in one sense but it was hard in some ways too. The binding about killed me, thought my are was going to break off at the shoulder, hurt so much. :-(
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    pretty!

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    How pretty! Your church will be very lucky to have your wall hanging. I am getting really jazzed about trying to make some stained glass wall hangings too. Now I am looking for ideas and thanks to this forum found a wonderful website. I have spent over four hours just guacking at patterns, etc.

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    Very stunning! I love your fabrics! I am sure everyone will love it! :D

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    How beautiful! Nice job....take care of that arm!!!

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    WOW! This quilt is awesome.

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    Absolutely one of the top five (5) I have ever seen on The Quilting Board. Congratulations on a job very well done. GiGi

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    Wow, that is fabulous! You did a wonderful job. I have always wanted to make one of those and haven't. Was it very challenging?

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    That is beautiful :D :D :D :D :D

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    Deb, that is beautiful! Worth all the arm aches but I'm sure it will feel better soon or at least I sure hope so.

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    That's gorgeous. It really pops!

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    That is beautiful! I hope they hang it in a prominent spot...I have faith that they will :) What a nice gift for your church. Are others making hope and charity hangings?

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    OH! Now, that is GORGEOUS! Wonderful work. I hope your arm feels better.

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    Beautiful!! That looks like a lot of work. What materials did you use?

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    You've done an amazing job on this. It is absolutely gorgeous!

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    Wow, what a stunning piece!

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    What a beautiful, inspirational wallhanging. When you look at it, you can see that God has blessed you with a gift (besides just hanging around all of us :):) ) Hope your arm feels better soon and you're onto your next fun project.

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    Deb that wallhanging for the church is really awesome. It looks fabulous!!!!!

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    Deb it is absolutely stunning!!! What an accomplishment!!! Pat yourself on the back!! Fantastic job and awesome colour choices!

    Cheers
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    That is one of the prettiest wall hangings I have ever seen. It looks phenomenal.


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    This was my first attemp at a atained glass. I had to make it in a hurry for Christmas Eve Services at church. I made it for the pastor. Not so sure I like it because it looks crooked to me.

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    Lovely! And you can visit your piece of art all the time!

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    Chele, It is still in the church but our pastor has left for a new church in Minnesota and it does belong to him so I'm mailing it to him if he still wants it. I still keep in touch with his wife through e-mail. She is wonderful and a quilter too. She has 2 little ones now that keep her busy but soon she'll be back to quilting.

    I just got back from my favorite store..Joann Fabrics. I always spend to much but I sure like more fabric.

    Have a great day.
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    Connie, Someone on this quilt site keeps saying that God is the only one who is perfect & our quilts don't have to be (I agree with that). Your stained glass wall hanging is beautiful. Don't think of it as crooked...think of it as having personality!!! :D :D PS....Sure do like your Avatar & PSS....Welcome to this quilting site!! I see you joined in yesterday. This is a great site! Glad you joined in.

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    That is beautiful!



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