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    Paganquilter's Avatar
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    ...here are some pictures of work I've done. :) Hopefully this will quell the call for pictures until I can track down my digital camera and take some more!

    One of my favorites, an Irish Chain/pentacle combination. My first foray into combining patchwork and appliqué.
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    My first successful patchwork quilt, a Jacob's Ladder
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    I love making miniature quilts, and had a few adorable scraps of actual feedsack fabric for this one!
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    Some more pictures! Enjoy!

    My first experience with a Grandmother's Flower Garden. The top's lost in my move to Vermont, but maybe one day I'll track it down and finish it.
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    This is a pattern I had with EQ5, but can't remember the name of it. It's one of my favorite star patterns, too! I'm too young for "senior moments"!!! *LOL*
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    Made from leftover blocks from my first appliqué quilt (I still use the lap quilt I made). It has a home with my older brother now. The motif quilting instead of sashing was fun to do!
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    Yet MORE pictures! You asked, and you shall receive! :-)

    A block derived from "Claire's Cats". Originally destined as placemats to go to my brother and his (now) ex. I'll probably track down the book and make more blocks as a quilt for him.
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    A third block originally destined as placemats to go to my brother and his (now) ex. I'll probably track down the book and make more blocks as a quilt for him.
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    A block derived from "Claire's Cats". Another block originally destined as placemats to go to my brother and his (now) ex. I'll probably track down the book and make more blocks as a quilt for him.
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    love those blocks!

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    Thanks! Which ones? And what about the ones in your avatar? They look like they'd be fun to make. :)

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    Thanks for sharing. Nice quilts

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    You're welcome! :) Speaking of quilts, time for me to go through my stash and pick out fabrics for the 1930's charm swap!

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    Excellent job!!! And welcome to the board!

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    Nice

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    Great work!! Can't wait to see more.

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    Very nice work!

    Kyia - "I love Jesus but I drink a little" - That was the funniest video ever!

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    Beautiful quilts and blocks! TFS!

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    Great work! You applique beautifully!

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    Love the irish chain and the kitty blocks! Great work!!

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    Absolutely beautiful!! Love the Jacob's Ladder and the cat blocks. Keep up the good work.

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    Meow, and thanks! :-) This just gives me more impetus to quilt, quilt, quilt! Next, I'll have to take some pictures of pincushions I've been making, from the Spring 2008 issue of Quilts and More magazine. :-)

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    All are Beautiful.

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    Thank you very much! Now that I've got a camera on hand, and a way to get the pictures uploaded almost immediately, there is simply no excuse for not taking pictures!

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    Very nice work Paganquilter. Nice chatting with you in chat this morning. Hope that you can join us again soon.

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    Who could resist such a warm and welcoming chat, about one of life's greatest subjects--QUILTING :D

    It was a pleasure to meet you too, and I do hope we can chat again sometime!

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    Beautiful work, love the kitties.

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    Meow, and thanks! :) Don't know why I'm timid about sharing pics, there doesn't seem to be any good reason for it....

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    Love your kitty blocks and all the pics you shared. That Irish chain quilt is sooo pretty. I loved you comment about- my first "successful" quilt...LOL...too cute, I didn't see your other first quilts, but you are right about that one :lol:

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    I love them all. Great job! :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandpat
    Love your kitty blocks and all the pics you shared. That Irish chain quilt is sooo pretty. I loved you comment about- my first "successful" quilt...LOL...too cute, I didn't see your other first quilts, but you are right about that one :lol:
    If you were to see my true "first", you'd see why I called the Jacob's Ladder my first true success. *LOL* It was just a four-block Rail Fence wallhanging, but oh my god, I made all my mistakes on it. :P It's currently in New Hampshire, though, so I'll have to get it the next time I visit my parents, and take a photo to share of my "real" first :P

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