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Thread: Quilts for twin boys

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    Member elbeau's Avatar
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    I made these for a co-worker who had twin boys in December. I really like to use non-traditional colors for baby quilts!

    These are also my first projects on my new Lil' Gracie machine quilting frame. Still need some practice!!!
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    Great work I have a Little grace II frame with Janome 1600 on it they are so much better than trying to move the quilt under the arm of a machine

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    Great quilts!!

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    Great job !!! Great job !! (thats one great job for each quilt) :-)

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    Love your quilts and quilting

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    Love them....great work

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    Great job! How will the twin boys tell their quilts apart?

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    Quote Originally Posted by weatheread
    Great work I have a Little grace II frame with Janome 1600 on it they are so much better than trying to move the quilt under the arm of a machine
    I also loved not having to baste the quilt sandwich!

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    Great quilts, well done!

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    Adorable quilts :D:D:D

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    Sooooooo cute. Love the non trad colors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jammin' Jane
    Great job! How will the twin boys tell their quilts apart?
    The backs and fronts are different.

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    Very nice quilts. Lucky twins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoriEl
    Quote Originally Posted by Jammin' Jane
    Great job! How will the twin boys tell their quilts apart?
    The backs and fronts are different.
    Plus the labels have their names on them! ;-)

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    So cute! Nice choice of colors and fabrics for boys. Love what you've done on the back too.

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    Cute quilts!

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    They are really nice!! Love the pattern and your colors!!

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