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Thread: Picture this quilt almost done

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    very nice

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    Wow....I have a question. For the border around the photos, was that trimming you purchased that way? This is absolutely a wonderful keepsake and I know it will be treasured.

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    Very unique....one of a kind; just like the people in the pictures.

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    How cute is that.

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    Well, aren't you *clever*??? :D LOVE it~!! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Very similar to the one I made for my grandson, for christmas. Mine is my avatar

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    The best picture quilt I have ever seen

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    That is so neat :!:

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    As others have asked: How did you make the sprocket borders for the photos??? I BEG you to share your secret!

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    This is Fantastic! :thumbup:

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    Great idea!

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    thats amazing Post more pics when its completed please

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    What a wonderfully beautiful way to capture your special pictures. Great job on your layout and the display!!!!! It will be a treasure and a keeper to pass down for generations to come. Thanks for sharing your work with us!!

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    BEAUTIFUL. How awesome... did you piece the "film strip top and bottom?

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    details please ! this is wonderful !
    what did you use to put pictures on fabric? and is this ribbon for the file strip edges?

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    Quote Originally Posted by linken
    Very similar to the one I made for my grandson, for christmas. Mine is my avatar
    details please ! how did you add pictures? love the way you sprinkled in pinwheels too, but the plain fabric from post is unique too.. Wonderful examples here !

    to both of you, please share your techniques?

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    Great quilt

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    Oh that's great! I'm sure they will treasure it!

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    Is there a pattern for this. Love it.

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    What parent wouldn't?

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    I used 1/2" black and white striped fabric, cut 1 " wide across the stripes,and sewed 3/4" black sashings along the edges to get the sprocket look. My grandson is really into music, so the filler between the film stips, have a music theme.

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    You have created a unique heirloom. They should love it!

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    love it , what a memory quilt to cherish.

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    oh wow!!! i just love that!! such a creative idea and it's just beautiful!

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    Great job.

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