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    These are some of the projects I've been working on. The covered bridge panel was a birthday gift for my step-daughter. We bought it in Winterset, Iowa after finding some of the Bridges of Madison County. The Mr Fix-it quilt is for my DH and is backed with fleece. (He's always cold!) That bright green one is for a non-sewing friend. She made the soft book for her great-grand-son, and then decided she wanted a quilt also. She enjoys hand-quilting. Hope you enjoy.

    Covered Bridge
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    Mr Fix-it
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    Transportation quilt
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    All three are beautiful.

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    WOW! They all look wonderful!

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    Are 3 quilts are beautiful but the covered bridge is my favorite.

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    Those are really cute!

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    Wow! Very nice!

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    I really, really like your version of the Transportation quilt

    Very different look than all the others I've seen where they were done using the coordinating fabrics from the line.

    The solid works perfectly with the blocks from the panel.
    But then I think lime green is a neutral (and should be included in EVERY quilt). ;-)

    Some little guy is going to be very happy!

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    Nice job

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    Like them all

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    Really neat! I am sure they will all be used and loved. Love the Mr Fix it!

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    Awesome quilts!

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    These are very nice. I especially like the one for your DH.

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    the last one is a perfect solution to large and small pics in a fabric. i've never known what to do with the small ones. all the quilts look great.

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    Beautiful

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    Love the Mr. Fix it and transportation quilt..my husband and grandon would too..

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    very nice work!

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    Darn, I wish I had seen your transportation quilt before today. I have the same panel and just this past weekend made a small quilt for my grandson. I kept the panel pretty much to form except I put all the small pictures down the middle. I much prefer your version!

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    Mr. Fixit is too cool.

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    All are very pretty.

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    Beautiful work!

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    Great quilts ~ Especially like your husband's. It would be perfect for mine too.

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    All three are wonderful. The landscape is just exceptional

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