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Thread: UFO almost finished

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    Quote Originally Posted by mms61371
    The top one is going to be a wall hanging. It will hang in my quilting room. The only quilt I have ever made that will be for myself. I always give the other ones away. And yes that is the picture of my granddaughter, her name is Maelee. I, also, have two step grandsons that I am making quilts for. Will post as soon as those are fininshed.
    Beautiful quilts, and such a darling little girl.

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    I love the flower garden and the baby quilts are adorable!!!
    Thank you for sharing your pattern :D:D:D

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    Wow, those are all so pretty. You're quilts are great. Thanks for sharing.

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    Very nice!

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    I love all three, but my favorite is the cowboy quilt. What pattern did you use or what book did you get it out of? Please let us know..Thanks, Olivia's Granma

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olivia's Granma
    I love all three, but my favorite is the cowboy quilt. What pattern did you use or what book did you get it out of? Please let us know..Thanks, Olivia's Granma
    I posted a drawn pattern that I use. I found the pattern in the back of a magazine and drew it out on graph paper. Then I transferred it to EQ6, that's the copy you can see with the measurements I use. I think it is on the first page of this thread.

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    Very nice quilts. The flower garden is wonderful!

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    The second picture, the pink and black striped one - is the border fabric shirred (gathered) ?? That is a most stunning effect, I am going to make something using that too.

    Thanks for another really great, unusual (to me!) idea.

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    I love each and every quilt you made !

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    They are all very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooMuchFabric
    The second picture, the pink and black striped one - is the border fabric shirred (gathered) ?? That is a most stunning effect, I am going to make something using that too.

    Thanks for another really great, unusual (to me!) idea.
    The colors are actually pink and brown. The picture was outside so it looks darker than it appears. The border is shirred. My daughter loves the look of a gathered or shirred border. I made a different quilt for her best friend and we did the gathered/shirred border. So, she had to have one too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mms61371
    The border is shirred. My daughter loves the look of a gathered or shirred border. I made a different quilt for her best friend and we did the gathered/shirred border. So, she had to have one too.
    Oh goody. It's rare that I see something really new and interesting, this is a fun new idea to me (guess I needa get out more eh!)

    Is there any particular pattern you used for this, or any specific tips? Or just start gathering gently until the needed length is achieved? Used a foundation fabric under the shirring?? Hmmm??
    I'm going to incorporate this shirring thing into my next mini. I'm very excited about this.

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    I loved the UFO the most
    No 2 is this gathering border or i have bad eyes ? very nice

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    OMG
    Sawsan u have to read carefully to the end 2 know its not u who asking the same questions and to notice the new ideas :hunf:

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    Thanks, I found it after I posted the thread. My printer is out of ink, poo.

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    really awesome

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    Great quilts! My favorite is the flower garden.

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    Nice quilts...Especially the Flower Garden :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Can't wait to see if you can find the flower garden pattern, it's so lovely! Your work is wonderful and very creative.

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    Wow! Those are beautiful! Love the name in the middle. It is nice having a sewing room, huh? It gives me inspiration.

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    Wow love each and every one. They all came out so great.

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    Great Job! Those are all great quilts.

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    Love the flower garden quilt!

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