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Thread: Trish's Garden and some others

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    Super Member moreland's Avatar
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    I have finished up a lot of quilts in the last month. Thought I'd share some of them with you.

    Used this for a comfort quilt for my neighbor who lost her husband
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    Another comfort quilt for my SIL--medical problems
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    Thought this would go to basement but now I think it will stay in my sewing room
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    Tube quilt
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    For my son's pool table
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    All of your quilts are beautiful, but the Garden quilt is just stunning. It's better than a real window!

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    Love all of them, but the garden through the windows are lovely.

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    All beautiful quilts, but the attic windows is outstanding.

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    The garden throught the windows is awesome! Great quilts!

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    Love them all. What a busy bee you have been.

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    I like them all but am in love with the garden quilt. It is so pretty,

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    I love the garden quilt. If you need a home for it instead of your basement it will fit in my house! That pattern is on my ever growing list of quilts I want to make.

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    Your quilts are beautiful. Love your garden view!!!

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    i agree with everyone so far that all your quilts are lovely but I especially love your garden one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeniseB
    Love them all. What a busy bee you have been.
    Ditto....absolutely love the garden quilt....like a real window scene!!! Awesome job. Love your tube quilts too.

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    The Garden Quilt is beautiful and so realistic. Did you use a pattern or did you make it yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterjoy
    The Garden Quilt is beautiful and so realistic. Did you use a pattern or did you make it yourself?
    I bought a kit at the LQS--the garden scene was 1 piece of fabric that you cut into 25 squares. Keeping them in order was the biggest challenge of the quilt! I think it was just a kit that the shop put together. The attic window pattern is pretty universal. The kit had all the fabric for the top and binding. I furnished the backing which seems to be pretty common for kits. It did have a sheet of typed instructions on how to put the top together. I suspect "Trish" had done them and had probably taught a class on the topic.

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    I bought a kit at the LQS--the garden scene was 1 piece of fabric that you cut into 25 squares. Keeping them in order was the biggest challenge of the quilt! I think it was just a kit that the shop put together. The attic window pattern is pretty universal. The kit had all the fabric for the top and binding. I furnished the backing which seems to be pretty common for kits. It did have a sheet of typed instructions on how to put the top together. I suspect "Trish" had done them and had probably taught a class on the topic.[/quote]

    It is a beautiful picture/scenery. I wonder if there is a free pattern download? Anyhow, I do like it.

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    They are all pretty, but I could sit and look at the Garden Quilt for hours. That is SOOO pretty, and you did such a good job on all of them.

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    Your quilts are absolutely beautiful. I love the windows one. A work of art. Great job on all.

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    all are very pretty but that first one is mine LOL LOL

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    Rachel your quilts are all very beautiful, you have been a very busy lady...could you please pass along some of your energy...mine seems to have flown the coop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftiladi
    Rachel your quilts are all very beautiful, you have been a very busy lady...could you please pass along some of your energy...mine seems to have flown the coop.
    I am very blessed-- have good health, not too many responsibilities, and plenty of time to do "my thing", which currently is quilting! I do include some volunteering, but sewing is really my recreation, so I'm entertaining myself a good portion of the time. I used to wonder how it was possible when I'd read someone left "xx" number of quilt tops when they died. I do try to finish my quilts, but now I can understand how easy it would be to have a lot of unfinished items left in one's sewing room at the end of life.

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    Very nice, all of them. :thumbup:

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    nice quilts

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