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Thread: Peeping Tom

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    I made this for a friend for her birthday. I had another friend, who was visiting and a photographer, take the picture of Tom. He then developed the photo on fabric for me. I put the picture in the panes of the "window" and made it look as if he is peeking in a woman's bedroom. It is so NOT Tom, but it's funny!
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    THAT IS TOO FUNNY. :lol:

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    That is funny ! Thanks for sharing . Annie

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    Thats amazing love the way you have done the window frames
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    Very nice quilt. It looks so real.

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    that's toooooooooooo clever! and funny! and just all around kewl! :P

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    That is really neat :lol:

    When I read the title called "Peeping Tom" I was alittle concerned for you as I opened this thread :lol:
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    LOL :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Oh my gosh! That cracked me up :!: It looks so real.

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    It is so real life looking.. Great Job!

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    I love it!

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    Thank you, ladies, for the kind words. My friend entered it in a quilt show in the small town where she lives. Most folks at the show know her and Tom, and found the quilt to be extremely funny because they could not imagine Tom ever peeking through someone's window! :D


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    That's very clever!!! :lol:

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    Look Out Quilters, we have another SUPER creative member who just joined us...love your idea, Miss Treated. How clever and cute. Welcome to the board. I think you'll find you like it here. We learn alot from each other and get inspired and motivated by the things we see others do.

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    That is the cutest thing!!! You did a fantastic job, looks like an actual window!!! I bet Tom just looks and shakes his head grinnin every time he sees it!! Thanks for the grin and giggle!!

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    Thank you for the welcome! I have a lot of fun with my quilts and I'm and "out of the box" sort of stitcher. I'm usually trying my own twist on things.

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    Hi Again, Miss Treated:
    As I write this your Granny's chicken is cooking in the oven for dinner. Can't wait to taste it. Thank You for the recipe.

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    Hope you like it! Grannie was never a quilter, did some pieced potholders and such, but she did a lot of other things.

    Do you have any "Grannie recipes" to add? (I hope)

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    I've sent a couple recipies in...I think they can be found on the recipe thread. I do have a new soup recipe that is so yummy. Soup is a comfort food for our family and anytime we get together with all our kids the grandkids make sure let gramma know they want their soup. I've always made them Winter Veggie soup and have even canned it in pints so the kids can take it to college and warm it in the microwave in their dorm but the recipe I'm going to share is a NEW one and everyone liked it at Christmas.

    Quick and Easy Spicy Veggie Soup:

    2 Cans "Veg-All" vegetables
    2 Cans "Ranch Style" beans (Inthe baked bean section of store-NO Substitutes
    2 Cans Rotel Tomatoes with Chilis (Can use regular canned tomatoes but the soupe won't be spicy).
    2 Cans Minostroni Soup
    1 Pound Hamburger
    1 Onion Chopped small

    Dump everything in your crock pot and let cook on low for about 4 hours. You can brown the hamburger first and drain off the fat or you can throw the crumbled raw hamburger in the pot while cooking then cool the soup down to solidify the fat on top and remove the hamburger fat before serving. It gets better if you make it one day and eat it the next.

    This is wonderful and a real family pleaser. I made one pot of the soup with the Rotel and chilis and one pot with the regular canned tomatoes because some of our 30 + family members who were going to eat it don't like spicy. Both were well received, particularly the spicy. It's a spicy heat on your tongue but very pleasant flavor.

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    too funny

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    That is a crack up! Love it!

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    that is just toooooooooooo cute

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    Hilarious! Funny! Inventive!

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    What a creative quilt!! It's great fun to see out of the box thinking!! :D Thanks for sharing!

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    Hahaha... this is great. I don't think I've ever seen anything quite like it. :thumbup:

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