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Thread: Some of what I did for Christmas and one for our quilting group

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    Job well done. Your work is very nice.

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    you were very busy all are very nice!!!!
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    Great work!
    Do what you want...Love what you do!!

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    Great quilts. The brown bag quilts sound like a lot of fun.

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    You were certainly busy. I love your remote caddy. that would work for my husband as he always holds the remote and ends up going to sleep and dropping it.

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    Great job on all of your creations!

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    awesome pieces

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    Love them all and need to make me a couple caddies. Of course I only think of that when I am looking for my remote or glasses LOL.

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    Very nice projects! Thanks for sharing.

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    Yellow is my favorite color and I love cats. Love the first quilt.

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    Each project is so neat.....love them all....especially love the remote caddy....did you use a pattern....if so, can you share it???

    Oops....should have looked first....thanks for the instructions!!! My husband will love it!!!
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    love everything...going to borrow your caddy idea
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    Love the Kitties and the Quilt of Valor Quilt. You do very nice work!(play)

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    Love them all yet the last 2 are my favs.
    Jesus knows all my imperfections yet he still loves me. Amazing!

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    nice quilts, the remote caddy is a great idea too!
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    Can you tell me where you found the eagle panel? i make quits for the veterans who enter the hospice I volunteer at. it would make a great center for one of the quilts

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    My favorite is the bright & happy cat quilt. Guess why. I was the recipient. She also made a similar remote
    holder for my recliner & it is wonderful. I keep my remote, all my pens/pencils, scissors, etc. in there.
    Char makes beautiful quilts.
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    Love them all, especially the one with the Eagle American. Thanks for showing us.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    your quilts are lovely, very colorful.

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    Wow they all look great but my favorite is the last quilt with blues and browns" in it, the smaller quilt its beautiful and the colors a 10 in my book. How do you keep your remote caddy on the chair is it weighted on the inside part of the chair?

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    Great projects.

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    Nice work and I really like the Santa!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltingJaguar View Post
    Wow they all look great but my favorite is the last quilt with blues and browns" in it, the smaller quilt its beautiful and the colors a 10 in my book. How do you keep your remote caddy on the chair is it weighted on the inside part of the chair?
    I cut the caddy the width of the fabric - about 40 inches. The caddy goes over the arm and the rest goes under the cushion of the chair/sofa. Keeps it all in place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by debbieoh View Post
    Can you tell me where you found the eagle panel? i make quits for the veterans who enter the hospice I volunteer at. it would make a great center for one of the quilts
    the eagle panel is from KEEPSAKE QUILTING. If you do not receive their catalog, you can go on line and find it under kits, panels. www.keepsakequilting.com. It is about 24x45 inches and cost $21.99 and comes with backing (which I used as a border) and batting. I made it a lap size.

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    I like the brown one! Is the border fabric STonehedge(sp.)??? Tinker

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