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    I have a couple of splashy quilts. I'll post later, but one is certainly my avatar.

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    My Favorite Quilt

    I tried to put a picture of my favorite quilt up but this new system would not tranfer it, it failed. But I have enjoyed all of the beautiful quilts that you all have shown.

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    all the quilts are stunning. don't know if this one is sooo stunning, but i absolutely love it. took me a year to complete. and this is the one i am most proud of.made it with lst group of jane makers. a couple years ago.
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Size:  1.39 MBit was machine and hand pieced. completely hand quilted on an old fashioned board and C clamp frame.

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    sewNsew, that is stunning and a total wow!
    Happy Quilting.

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    Quilters, It has been requested, when posting a comment to mention the user's name that you are referrin too. About going one step further and also mention the post number(it is the graybar right side) I woud like to revisit a post to see which one being referred to. Tinker

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    Quote Originally Posted by fireworkslover View Post
    Here's another one of my fireworks quilt challenge entries. It's paper pieced and took me about 4 months to complete.
    I can see why it took so long - it's stunning!

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    To both sewNso (#230) and fireworkslover (#227) GORGEOUS QUILTS and superb job of piecing, use of color, everything!
    Fay

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    Appliqued baskets

    Not as stunning as others posted here, but my personal best. This was a BOM for a LQS when I first started quilting. The owner designed the blocks. It was so popular that she did a second year, this time providing the material. I added a 25th block of my own to balance the on-point layout. All the TOT whites are different. It's been wrapped in a sheet and stored for YEARS, waiting patiently to be hand quilted. The quilt inspectors are not allowed near it! Not sure how I'm going to hand quilt it and keep them off. Getting it back out to photograph makes me want to work on it again. Only the center block has been quilted so far. Thanks for looking.
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    Fay

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    sewNso post #230--your quilt is an amazing accomplishment and definitely a stunner. It is kind of sad that you are not sure/aware of about this. Take pride in this. If you friends and family haven't told you specifically, it truly is a work of art. Thanks for sharing.

    Quote Originally Posted by sewNso View Post
    all the quilts are stunning. don't know if this one is sooo stunning, but i absolutely love it. took me a year to complete. and this is the one i am most proud of.made it with lst group of jane makers. a couple years ago.
    Name:  SANY0294.JPG
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Size:  1.39 MBit was machine and hand pieced. completely hand quilted on an old fashioned board and C clamp frame.

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    Just stunning quilts.
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    Here's my most impressive quilt. This was for my son's 11th Armored Cavalry Div. in the Army. I had a hard time finding the official Army ACU camo-and it's not great fabric to work with, but it came out great! It's all camo on the back-he called it his "cloak of invisibility" Now I have to make one for one of our 19 year olds in the 101st Airborne and another for the other in the 10th Mountaineers.
    You find the artwork online, take it to Kinko's to get it made into a transparency. I found an old overhead projector and blew it up to 2'x4' on a piece of cardboard-that was my template!
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    I quilted the outline of the crest into every red diamond and we even put a name tape on the bottom!
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    I would hate to have to judge this spectacular quilt show!!!! So many stunning quilts. Thank you all for sharing.

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    most challengeing

    i did this pp for my son
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    Wow! Newbee3, that is fantastic!

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    I love, love this thread, all of this eye candy and talented quilters!! Keep em coming!
    Have a great day sewing and remember to "not sweat the small stuff"!!



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    Hudgoddess, That is an amazing quilt (#239)! Did you hand or machine applique the center? I know your sons are PROUD!!!
    Fay

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    Do they have a fabulous thread ? This is Fabulous ! Oh and do we have an outstanding thread ? That's where this belongs. Oh my goodness to many words to verbalize , great job.

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    Oh wow!! These are all beautiful!! I have been humbled in the last few months. Nothing I have ever done qualifies as stunning!! Congrats to all!

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    Red face Laikon's quilt

    This is my favorite in a series of my grandkids quilts. I am still working on #5 and have one left to do.
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    Waves of color give my quilts their splash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spinnergs View Post
    This is my favorite in a series of my grandkids quilts. I am still working on #5 and have one left to do.

    Cannot imagine how you put together this gorgeous quilt as I am still working on being a better piecer. Wonderful color. Happy grandkids!
    Lynne

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    Tremendous quilt! Truly stunning!!!!!!!

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    This is one great QUILT SHOW. LOve every one .an hope some day I can come close to these. They are all beautiful.

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    Your mermaid is beautiful-------------and perfect color selections.
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