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    The first little quilt was for my son who loves to ride his 4 wheeler. I put him in the corner of the quilt.
    The second quilt ended up for my husband. It was just sampler squares we made at our quilt club. I changed out some fabrics in the squares and embroidered on some other fabric that I brought in to it. My husband likes it.
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    Very nice.

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    WOW great job.

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    Hi Joanne1., Welcome to the board from NY. You have made some beautiful quilts. I like your avatar quilt too! I really like the colors you used in your sampler. Just lovely, all of them!

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    Wow those are great

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    Love the one for your son!

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    WOW!! You did a wonderful job on both of them. The sampler quilt is sooo nice! So nice and manly looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Connie in CO
    WOW great job.

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    Wow. Very nice!!!! great job

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    Your ocean/seascape looks real; like the waves are coming right out of the picture. Love it.

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    Very pretty quilts, thanks for sharing.

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    Love them! Curious as to how you did your son's picture.

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    Nice work! Just love looking at the awesome quilts being created. thanks for sharing!

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    Fabulous! Very unique!

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    Beautiful work

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    Quote Originally Posted by clem55
    Love them! Curious as to how you did your son's picture.
    Me, too! Those are both awesome. It's wonderful when people share their creations with us on the board. I'll be watching for more...also for response on the picture of your handsome son on his four wheeler! :) Blessings!

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    Lovely! Those quilts are awesome! Your avatar looks like my beagle. Was it an easy pattern by any chance?

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    They are all beautiful!

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    :thumbup: :D :thumbup: great work!!

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    Yes my beagle pattern was very fun and relaxing. Getting all your fabrics together is the hard part. Some times I will paint fabric to blend in. Then just get out your threads and have fun. That is what brings it all together. Check out Picture Quilts by Sharon Malec or www.malec-designs.com

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    I love your colour choices.. the first quilt is wonderful how you put your son's picture on the quilt! I love , love , love the second one.. the colours just sing to me.....my favorit colours. The third one looks great too!

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    Fantastic quilts. Great job!

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    You do beautiful work! I really like the quilt you made with your son in it, the embelishments add movement to the ocean, nice work! I really like your quilting work as well. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Oh they are so lovely. I especially like the moose block as I collect moose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joanne1
    Yes my beagle pattern was very fun and relaxing. Getting all your fabrics together is the hard part. Some times I will paint fabric to blend in. Then just get out your threads and have fun. That is what brings it all together. Check out Picture Quilts by Sharon Malec or www.malec-designs.com
    Thanks, I am going to do that but it sounds above my level of quilting :)

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