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Thread: Thought you might like to see some of my work

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    Hi Ladies,

    Just thought i would post some of my work for you all to see. Hope you like it.



    Cheers
    Viv in sunny Sydney

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    Nothing is showing up on my screen... :(

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    hey yes i know i downloaded the pictures but they have gone missing have to do it again.

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    here we go again
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    oops i must apologise for the saying that is above one of the photos
    hope i dont offend anyone



    cheers
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    I love them all! Nice work!

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    I don't think I've ever seen a quilt where the sashing strips look like they're twisted. Very interesting. And the shades of grey is really pretty!

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    OMG... I thought that was some pretty unique quilt label hahhahaha... You do fabulous work and your colors are stunning.

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    Sara's Place and Sanctuary Point are wonderful. I've looked at those quilts in magazines and have been so tempted to try one. Was it hard to do? Beautiful work, Viv.

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    Those are fantastic!!! Thanks viv!!

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    Your quilts are awesome! :)

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    This is a quilt that I made for my daughter-in-law! We shopped for the fabric last summer and it became hers in this form at Christmas. She is a lover of tulips so she got a "bouquet"!! This is number 19 of my goal to make a quilt for each member of our family!! Three more to go!!

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    Great job! Love the beer quilt. :) :)

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    I have seen the slash quilts... was it very difficult. I think Fon's and Porter had a pattern. I am an intermediate quilter.... do you think I could do it..?
    yours is beautiful... nice work. Quilter 1234

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    Very Pretty Viv! Thanks for sharing! I do like the twisted effect in the quilts.

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    the quilt with the twisted material is so easy to make if you are interested in it let me know and i will post it on here

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    Yes , I would definately like to see how you did it.... and a pattern source would be great. Thanks. Quilter 1234

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    I really like all your quilts but the most striking one for me is the gray scale with the black sashing...it looks 3 dimenstional or like the center of the quilt is on a platform and the sides and top of the quilt are hanging down...the arrangement of colors really tricks the eye in a really coollllll way. Love it. Nice job. Thanks for sharing

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    All beautiful, I think I like the top one the best of all. What a pretty effect!

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    Very nice and very original...Good job..keep posting :D

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    I would love to know how to make the twisted quilt. Please do post the instructions.

    They are all beautiful!

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    Very pretty, thanks for sharing.

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    all are very nice

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    Made me laugh!!!!!

    Very nice quilts too! That 'folded fabric' effect looks so cool
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