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Thread: Stunning Quilts

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    These truly are stunning quilts. Thanks everyone!

    Mine isn't done yet. LOL

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    it's been about a year, since I questioned all you ladies about the FWQ. I took the summer off from sewing, didn't even pick up a needle in like 3/4 months. started again yesterday. I did #57 and #53 block of the FWQ. I was considering not doing a lot of them, and just filling them in with easier blocks. but decided to just plug along and do them as the book said. having fun . maybe i'll get a pic of my blocks sometime soon, but this is stunning quilts I have done. and it's not done!!!

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    Nana's Needlework Victorian Ladies

    It took me one year to complete this one for my granddaughter.
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    My favorite quilt so far is my avatar. It is Carol Doaks 50 paper pieced stars. I did it with a group on here. It was something I had been wanting to do for some time. There is another group starting in JAnuary. It is all paper pieced. I love to paper piece. Hopefully me next quilt is either Judy Neimeyers mariners compass or a bargello.
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    Meanmom (love that name!) Your quilt is absolutely beautiful!!
    Have a great day sewing and remember to "not sweat the small stuff"!!



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    I don't think this would fit into the stunning category, but it definitely took some time! Loving all these stunning quilts.
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    The quilt is beautiful, I have done 2 queen size quilts and it is really to big for me and now I am just doing average quilts. I am a happier quilter.
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    This is my most stunning quilt - just a simple log cabin assembled using the quilt as you go method. It had over 2400 pieces and took me about 4 months from start to finish to complete it. The strips were 1 inch finished.
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    Oh this thread is fantastic each quilt has its own charm and personality.
    This quilt which is my favourite ar the moment took about 3 months evenings only it is reverse applique by hand and machine applique on top and then each block joined to make the quilt. It is very heavy and if I can move the dogs I do have a snuggle some times.
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    Finished is better than a UFO

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    stunning quilts

    This is my most difficult quilt. It was not rotary cut, and it seemed like each block had to be fitted to the next one.
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    I have thoroughly enjoyed looking at all of the beautiful quilts in this thread!!!
    Sheep Farmer by day ~ Learning to Quilt by night

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    so many awesome quilts
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Bailey, Beautiful quilt, you inspired me to make one like yours

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    [QUOTE=bailey;5772079]Not sure about stunning but I love this quilt because it is the first one I ever made that my son actually liked. He even asked for this one. Yoohoo!!!! It is a OBW that I added applique to.
    Attachment 386837I have kept a pic of this quilt since you first posted it on FB. It is on my bucket list. I have all the fabrics set aside, just not the nerve yet. Thank you for posting it again, it's a beauty.

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    Wow!!! My favorite one keeps changing. The are all so beautiful and I am sure are breath taking in person.

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    Such an amazing variety of excellent quilts! This one is my DH's favorite of the 550+ quilts I have made since I started in late 2000. I don't really have a favorite.
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    Can I show 2? First is a Bargello called " A View from the Nautilus " made for my husband, the second is " Shazam!" Made for my youngest granddaughter when she turned into a teenager.
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    hiding away in my stash where i'm warm, safe and happy

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    Thanks for sharing all these beauties, Wow! They are all just gorgeous!

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    Just finished going through all the pages -- the quilts here are amazing!! Congratulations every one!
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    I don't usually make "stunning" quilts. Most of mine are just what I call usuable or comfy quilts. Here is one I did that was very time consuming but so enjoyable. It has 576 squares in it and each square consists of 4 pieces of fabric. It is called the Bulls Eye but I called it "You Circle My World" It was a wedding present for my granddaughter.

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    All quilts are really BEAUTIFUL!!!! Good job ladies!
    "In the crazy quilt of life, I'm glad you are in my block of friends."

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    This was one of my first quilts! It probably took about 1.5 years to complete with other quilts done in between. It is tricky trying to match up all the colors. It is paper pieced.
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    If is stunning alright! Can you tell me about the pattern.

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    While I have made very few quilts, Bountiful Blessings has probably been my best.Name:  Nik and Gabe's quilt.JPG
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    Hey Bailey, the Zebra quilt does count as stunning!

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