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Thread: Signature quilts and baby quilt

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    The center one is my favorite.
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    I like your different ideas for the signature quilts. The horse quilt is really pretty. Nice work!
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    Beautiful work, boy you have been really busy!!!!

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    You have really been busy. You did a wonderful job on all of them.

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    I agree with everyone else. You have been working very hard and they are lovely. I too especially like the uniqueness of the second one. I also love the 3rd one. I like how on the first one you have set the one block at a different angle from the others so that you can show their signature as representative from the joining of the family clans.
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    I really like your signature quilt designs! Simple designs that will highlight the people signatures. Great choices.

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    They're all very pretty quilts!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    All of your quilts are very nice. Love them. Are you going to have them signed?

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    Lovely quilts.
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    great job...busy lady

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    very pretty, busy lady

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    Beautiful quilts one and all have fun visiting with family

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    I like that while they are all signature quilts they are all very different. The horse quilt looks like seeing a herd of horses thru a window. Wonderful job!!!

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    Love the quilts. I'm in the middle of making a signature quilt for my Nephews wedding

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladypetite View Post
    I agree with everyone else. You have been working very hard and they are lovely. I too especially like the uniqueness of the second one. I also love the 3rd one. I like how on the first one you have set the one block at a different angle from the others so that you can show their signature as representative from the joining of the family clans.
    That is so funny that it was noticed. Thank you. I didn't notice it until I had started quilting it, and decided that every quilt needs to be unique. So, on that one, I wrote my parents names, birth and death dates, and their wedding date, and then the first names of the 9 children with their birth year. I was going to claim it for my signature, because I can be sort of the odd one out, but decided to do the parent thing. Happy that I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmhall2 View Post
    All of your quilts are very nice. Love them. Are you going to have them signed?
    Yes, everyone who comes to the reunions, will have a chance to sign the quilt, and then each family will have a chance to win it in a drawing. And I am already thinking of ideas for next year. lol

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    oh my these are so beautiful.. lots of work but wonderful rewards.. thanks for sharing...

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    Wow you are not only very talented but also most industrious. Enjoy the time with all of your families you deserve it.

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    They are all just wonderful, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    I love your ideas! I have thought about doing something similar, but I have 40 first cousins and at our annual reunion, there are always a few missing and I'd like ALL of the names on the quilt! But, by giving it away, it makes a memory of that actual year and who attended. Wonderful and thoughtful. I selfishly wanted it for myself!.
    jillnjo

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    They're all amazing but--- the grandparents quilt talks to me.

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    Looks like you've been quite busy!!!
    They all look wonderful!

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