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Thread: Somewhere in Time quilt

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    Somewhere in Time quilt

    For "vjohn1006" She sent me instructions for a quilt she had made. I took the pattern and fabric with me to Hilton Head in October (girls only sewing retreat!!). Here it is finished. Thank you vjohn1006.
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    That looks to be a beauty!
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    very pretty

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    That is beautiful, the soft colors, the pattern. Just awesome. Thanks for sharing. Mary
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    Luscious. Wish we could see close up. Those blocks are so pretty.

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    Sew soft and pretty!

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    very nice!!!!
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    Just like Quilter 65 I wish there was a closer view of this beautiful quilt. I don't recall seeing vjohn1006 version, but I really like yours, great quilt.
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    Very very nice. Love the softness of the look.

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    great job lovely
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    I love the soft look of your quilt - very pretty!
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    Beautiful quilt and love the subtle colors!!!

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    beautiful!!!!

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    Wow! I love the soft colors. Are those 30's repros?

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    very striking quilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sewgood View Post
    For "vjohn1006" She sent me instructions for a quilt she had made. I took the pattern and fabric with me to Hilton Head in October (girls only sewing retreat!!). Here it is finished. Thank you vjohn1006.
    Oh, how lovely! I wonder if you would be able to show us a better photo, a close up, and if you'd be willing to share the pattern with the rest of us.

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    Your quilt is beautiful! So soft and comforting! Great job!

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    That looks nice. Very soft and warm looking.
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    That turned out beautiful.

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    What a beautiful quilt! I just love it!!

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    Pictures as requested.....
    Yes - they are 30's reproduction fabrics. I've been collecting them for awhile and this quilt used them all.
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    Lovely. BrendaK
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    Gorgeous!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sewgood View Post
    For "vjohn1006" She sent me instructions for a quilt she had made. I took the pattern and fabric with me to Hilton Head in October (girls only sewing retreat!!). Here it is finished. Thank you vjohn1006.
    Hilton Head for a sewing retreat, wonderful. I went there for a Bridge playing trip with friends. One of the gals mother lives there. I was so sad that none them played golf. I would have loved to play. Also, none of them sew! Darn. Need new friends, Ha Ha. Love your beautiful quilt, it looks soft and relaxing. Just saw the beautiful quilting, excellent. Thanks so much for posting.

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    I have been going on this board for several years and just realized today that there are two boards. One is the comments that often also include pictures and the other are all posts that include pictures. DUH!! I just spent a while looking at the picture posts. WOW!! I have been quilting for at least 40 years and am mostly self taught. The pictures of your work amaze me. I am primarily a hand quilter. Since I have more finished quilts than I can use most of them are stored and I rotate them occasionally. I make simple machine quilted quilts each month for our local Linus Project. I also make at least a dozen fleece blankets finished with a crocheted edge for that same Linus Project monthly. I am so glad I finally figured out how to access the many pictures of your finished quilts. I have pieced and even appliqued quilts in my 40 years of quilting but my favorite part of quilting is the hand quilting. I have two finished queen size white on white quilts. If anyone is interested in having a quilt hand quilted please contact me.

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