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    Super Member leatheflea's Avatar
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    This is what I do when I get free time. Its been a long process but eventually it will get done. fabrics Collections for a cure HOPE.

    Not sure how it will end up I'm thinking of turning it on point.
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    They are all gorgeous...well done everyone.

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    What a fun thread, I love the inspiration of seeing what everyone is working on.
    I am working on a crazy quilt, here are a few of the blocks in progress:
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    Great quilts, i love them all!

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    All of the quilts are absolutely gorgeous. Really like Lacelady's AOTH, so stunning, such beautiful colors.

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    Oh my, they are all so beautiful. I am in awe of the talent on this board.

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    [quote=QuiltingGrannie]Here are two of my current WIP.. Top one is on the longarm just about done. It is one I designed and am working also on preparing the pattern to be for sale.

    Other one is queen size for DH. Piecing the back and them it will be ready for the longarm.


    I love the bear paw! It is spectacular! :thumbup: :thumbup: :)

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    [quote=Lacelady]Here is mine. This is from the book Affairs of the Heart by Aie Rossman.

    Lacelady, How lovely!!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    i am amazed at how many appliques there are!
    thanks everyone for sharing your WIPs...really enjoy them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonbonary
    Here's my WIP. It's a scrappy postage stamp quilt called Granny Squares. (Amer. Patchwork & Quilting Magazine Oct '10) I'm still working on the border strips
    Your WIP is gorgeous! Wow!

    And might I add that as I looked at all the posts and saw more and more beautiful projects, my eyes are surrounded by eye candy! Man are there a bunch of talented quilters here!

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    There are so many pretty quilts. I can't decide which one I like the best. Oh well I like them all.

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    Here is mine. I am making it up (designing it?!) as I go along. It started when I bought this patriotic striped fabric from Bear Paw Quilting when they had their quilting fabric on sale for $3.49 after the holidays. I had never mitered corners before & I thought I would try with this. I had not made the 10 minute block either so that was another guinea pig in this quilt. I didn't have enough of the dark blue stripe to go all of the way around (you need a lot more fabric to miter corners!) so I added the red & white stars. Now it looks like I have a diagonal pattern going on with the 9 patches & the star blocks. I am auditioning what I am going to do next but I think I cut it off in the picture!
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    Gorgeous projects I see! Great works folks! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by debcavan
    I scrolled down and what gorgeous things I saw.

    Every two to three years I do something outrangeously stupid and I am at the point of just having to square it and bind it. It is the longest I have ever worked on a quilt both piecing and quilting
    I also love everything I am seeing. Yours looks like a lot of beautiful peacocks hanging out. Fabulous!

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    This is from the book Affairs of the Heart by Aie Rossman...

    Holy cow - this is stunning! How in the world did you do all those scroll-type - loops and swirls - designs?

    This is a fun post - have seen some inspiring WIP's reading through it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lacelady
    Here is mine. I jumped the gun and started this in the middle of January, when the official start date is June 5th here on the board. To find all the threads for this quilt, go to the bottom of the page, click on Topic Lists, then the BOM section.

    This is from the book Affairs of the Heart by Aie Rossman.

    I have done it all with hand needleturn applique, but it's perfectly possible to machine applique all the pieces. The book has patterns for 7in blocks, but most seem to be enlarging them to 10in for a larger quilt. I still have the outer borders to add (three almost done, one to go).
    That is sooo pretty. I could just stare at it for ages. Black backgrounds really do it for me. It just showcases all that work and colour. Thanks for sharing.

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    For me that would require a couple hours and room on my camera disc to take all the pictures.

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    I have a couple in progress and only one is close to being done, that is one of the baby quilts. I have to say I prefer the peicing to the quilting part of the quilt. I am still trying to learn more complicated designs.

    for my dads bed, Hopefully for Christmas
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    Baby quilt for nephews expected baby
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    And baby quilt for grandchild due in Sept.
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    My first snw, I just finished the binding last night, still need to make a label.
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    Love them!!

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    I'm in the planning stage of a wedding ring pattern. Yours is great as are the others :D

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    I have a lap quilt that I just finished the main pieces...need to add a border (not sure yet of color...probably yellow)...then I get to sandwich, etc. Measures about 42" x 58".

    work in progress lap quilt top
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggiemay
    Here is mine. I am making it up (designing it?!) as I go along. It started when I bought this patriotic striped fabric from Bear Paw Quilting when they had their quilting fabric on sale for $3.49 after the holidays. I had never mitered corners before & I thought I would try with this. I had not made the 10 minute block either so that was another guinea pig in this quilt. I didn't have enough of the dark blue stripe to go all of the way around (you need a lot more fabric to miter corners!) so I added the red & white stars. Now it looks like I have a diagonal pattern going on with the 9 patches & the star blocks. I am auditioning what I am going to do next but I think I cut it off in the picture!
    I just love this quilt top. Beautiful. I also like all the others I have seen here.

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    Your postage stamp quilt is awesome..what a lot of piecing for that one!!

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    This is my WIP, hand quilted cushion back, will post all when completed.


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