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    Recent Quilts Finished

    Saturday is Charity Quilt group meeting and I have these ready to donate. I have been trying to make use of my scraps in a few of these.

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    And one more, which is to be sold:

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    What lovely quilts! Great work!

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    Wonderful quilts for donation
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    Super nice variety of scrap quilts; anyone would be lucky to get one of those :-)

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    Beautiful quilts! I love the one that’s set on point!

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    Wow! You've been very productive. Your quilts are a lot of fun.

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    1 and 4 are my very favorites. All of them are absolutely beautiful. Beautiful quilting too. You are so talented, love all your work.
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    All of your quilts are so pretty and kudos to you for all of your work to donate. Hopefully, they will keep someone warm

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    Wow, I love them all. Hugs to you for donating these quilts. BrendaK
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    All gorgeous!
    A quilt is like a good life. It's full of mistakes, but, in the end, it looks pretty good.

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    You are quite a prolific quilter. You must be at your machine all day and night! I really like the bright happy colors and pattern of the 4th one. May have to put that on my list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zozee View Post
    You are quite a prolific quilter. You must be at your machine all day and night! I really like the bright happy colors and pattern of the 4th one. May have to put that on my list.
    LOL, Zozee... Not night and day. I go through spurts of making tops and then I quilt them all. At least, that's the plan. Most of these donation quilts are just lap size. Easy to do about 4 of them in the time it would take to make 1 big quilt. The 4th and last quilts pictured are larger... like twin size. When I make for a teenager in a shelter I like to make it cover their bed. They are there for 3 months, but the quilt is theirs to take with them. The lap quilts are for older transplant patients and are more for sitting up, recovering. Just lap size, like a baby quilt.

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    You've certainly got a knack for working with scraps. All are very, very nice!

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    Sbg, they are wonderful! Also cheerful for people who need it. You have a generous heart I love them all!

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    Nice job on all of the quilts, but I would really like to know what pattern was used on number 4 quilt.

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    Great work! Especially love the stripe one!!

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    Lovely work! Quilt 3 gives me some ideas to use for a large scale print that is great but has been hard to use...

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    Beautiful work for a great cause.
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    Quote Originally Posted by linmid View Post
    Nice job on all of the quilts, but I would really like to know what pattern was used on number 4 quilt.
    I don't know the name of the pattern, but it is 9-patches and 3-strips which alternate directions, all set on point. I'm going to use this pattern for some of my donation quilts

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    What a beautiful array! Lots of someone's are going to be very happy.
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    Sewbiz they are all beautiful and so is your quilting. Is the last one a BQ pattern

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    They are all lovely and I am sure the recipients will feel all the love you have put into them

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    Quote Originally Posted by linmid View Post
    Nice job on all of the quilts, but I would really like to know what pattern was used on number 4 quilt.
    No pattern, just improv. I had a stack of scrappy 9 patches (5 prints/4 whites) I wanted to use. I alternated them on point with some log cabin blocks, with the color in the middle, whites on the outsides. I was inspired by some of the quilts by Becky Peterson on QuiltedTwins.com .

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    Lovely work! Quilt 3 gives me some ideas to use for a large scale print that is great but has been hard to use...
    That pattern is the "Quick Strippie" by MaryQuilts.com. Great for big prints.

    Quote Originally Posted by terriamn View Post
    Sewbiz they are all beautiful and so is your quilting. Is the last one a BQ pattern
    Yes, you spotted it! I didn't want to cut those flower vases any smaller so that pattern was perfect.

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    There are all very nice! A Blessing!

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    Easy quilts, but you did a wonderful job and they all are beautiful.
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