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Thread: Redkimba quilts

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    Super Member redkimba's Avatar
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    Here are some of my quilts. My first one (that I made by myself) is the UT quilt. My current one is the Leo Quilt - a baby quilt for a friend.

    I learned how to do English paper piecing so the hexagonal quilt is mine - haven't gone back to it yet. It's not hard - just time intensive.

    UT lap quilt
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    The other two quilts
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    I found a quilt stamp company & started a hand-sewn quilt - here's one block for that.
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    Your quilts are beautiful!!! All that hand sewing, too!!! :D :D :D

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    I love the green one especially.

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    They are all beautiful. I love the blue block.

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    Beautiful quilts. thanks for sharing

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    The blue stars are awesome. Did you say you did that one with rubber stamps?

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    I love all these quilts u do awesome work

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    They are all just beautiful!! Love the blue one!!

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    Great job on all your quilts. Wish I had the patience and time to do so much hand work.

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    Love them all , wish I could pick a favorite, but they are all wonderful :lol:

    Thanks for sharing
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    Great job!!

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    Beautiful quilts. You do great work.

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    Very nice---lots of variety there!
    I like the hexagon one. I've started English paper piecing hexagons and
    have found it addicting. (too bad the hexagons aren't bigger and I could end up with a lovely quilt like yours!)

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    Yes, I did that with rubber stamps - http://www.bykate.com/

    She will be at the Houston Quilt show. This is definitely one of my stops there.


    Quote Originally Posted by NorBanaquilts
    The blue stars are awesome. Did you say you did that one with rubber stamps?

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    Very nice work and I just love the amish in the pictures. do you sew with these ladies?

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    Gorgeous Work :D

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    Nice work on all of them! I especially like the hexagon one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redkimba
    Yes, I did that with rubber stamps - http://www.bykate.com/

    She will be at the Houston Quilt show. This is definitely one of my stops there.


    Quote Originally Posted by NorBanaquilts
    The blue stars are awesome. Did you say you did that one with rubber stamps?

    Thanks, I'll have to go check out her site

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    LOL - those are not Amish. Those are reenactors. We do primarily 1860s US Civil War. I'm the one on the right in the white cap - that dress is 1830s.

    The picture is from a Ladies weekend where we gathered to learn about 19th century crafts. Technically you don't have to dress out, but we all do. It's fun. :D

    Quote Originally Posted by reneebobby
    Very nice work and I just love the amish in the pictures. do you sew with these ladies?

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