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Thread: Scrappy signature quilt and another quick one

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    I made this scrappy quilt into a signature quilt by cutting up a label panel and peicing it throughout the quilt......I cut the letters for the words on the accu-cut to make it seem more cozy or lovey......I am thinking of donating this to a relay for life team...as it is the perfect gift for some one who needs a few warm words to wrap them up and keep them cozy....I thought of this idea myself....GREAT! Not teh prettiest quilt..but it used scraps!
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    Here is a quilt I made using the moda line called FREEBIRD by the designer called MoMO. Love this line......I have all of the fat quarters for the whole line.....but Haven't cut into them yet. I will quilt this on Saturday. Just a quick cheater panel with borders.
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    Cute quilts!!! So bright and cheery :D:D:D

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    Love them! You do such nice work!

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    Lovely ideas and your colors are wonderful :-)

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    I do not know how you get so many finished


    BUt then you have access to the quilting machine where a lot of us don't...

    Very nice
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    I love them.

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    I love the way you do colors!

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    You sure do a lot of quilts. I love the signature quilt!

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    Very nice

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    I love your work!! and what a great idea with the label blocks. I don't know how you get SO much done so fast!!

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    I love them both. The label quilt (genious) would be so cool as part of a family reunion where all family members could sign and add a word to describe themselves or add their birthday. I love the fabric on the second quilt too - I will have to look for that in my local fabric store. Thanks so much for sharing.

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    Very cool quilts. You do great work. :thumbup:

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    Great Job :thumbup: You sure have been busy again :mrgreen: Never would have thought to add quilt labels to the front to make a siggy quilt

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    Beautiful work on both :!:

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    You've really got a GREAT idea with that siggie quilt! How generous of you to share it with all of us...thank you! I'm agreeing with you on that line of fabric...that panel is sooooooo good! Always look forward to seeing what you've been up to!

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    Charismah -- I just love your quilts!

    =)

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    Great looking quilts!!

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    Both look great and second doesn't look like a panel at all. They were be more great after you quilt them. You do such great work.

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    The signature quilt is a great idea!!!

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    Charismah I dont know how you do it, but ever quilt you do is better than the last!!

    I love the signature quilt it is so gorgeous!!!!

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    I love your quilts. You did a great job on both. What wonderful vibrant colors. Great job. Thanks for sharing.

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    Fantasist, awesome, I love the quilts and what you plannig to do with them. It will help someone who is going through Chemo. I understand what they are going through. When I was at my lowest, I would receive a card and It was a life line.Three years later I still read them often. You may not never know the blessing you are giving. God bless you. :thumbup:

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    I love the signature quilt. Your idea was so creative as was your use of scraps. Congrats.

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    Your quilts are always beautiful.

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