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Flojo replied on Mon, Aug 26 2013 11:44 AM | Locked

Love, Love the Science Fair.  Looks like atoms!

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Pam replied on Mon, Aug 26 2013 12:17 PM | Locked

The baby quilt "science fair" is really great! they will use it long past baby days.  

The tote is gorgeous also.

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MaxNTopeka replied on Mon, Aug 26 2013 12:49 PM | Locked

Angele,

WOW!  Love your quilt.  The colors are great, and really like the way you followed the hexagons with the binding...so kool!

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Patricia Faye replied on Mon, Aug 26 2013 1:00 PM | Locked

Flojo & Angele, love both of your quilts.  Flojo the stain glass is so cute & I know your GD will love it.   Flojo, you did an excellent job on your baby quilt.  It is so cute.

So my nephew & his wife are expecting a little boy in September so I found this pattern in one of the many quilting magazines I subscribe to.  It was pretty siimple. She sent me a picture of the baby's room so I would be able to match the colors.  Blues, tan & greys so this is what I finished today.  I appliquéd his first name (Boone T) on the top and his last name on the bottom.  I decided to use some of the leftover fabrics to make the backing   I think she will like it.  

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Pam replied on Mon, Aug 26 2013 1:12 PM | Locked

Nicw...and another baby quilt that will be used as he gets older too.

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Carolyn (CarolBeau) replied on Mon, Aug 26 2013 1:22 PM | Locked

Love the science fair quilt!  

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weezee56 replied on Mon, Aug 26 2013 2:25 PM | Locked

Angele:
I did work on a quilt today. I finished my great niece's baby quilt. 

 

Angele, very pretty quilt.

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weezee56 replied on Mon, Aug 26 2013 2:29 PM | Locked

Patricia Faye:
first name (Boone T) on the top and his last name on the bottom.  

Love your quilt. Names always make quilt very special.

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Bonita replied on Mon, Aug 26 2013 3:01 PM | Locked

Angele, Love the baby quilt. Very pretty color choice.

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Bonita replied on Mon, Aug 26 2013 3:03 PM | Locked

Patrica Faye, love Boone's quilt.

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Marie replied on Mon, Aug 26 2013 3:34 PM | Locked

Flojo, Angele and Patricia your quilts are awesome, good work!

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ls2116 replied on Mon, Aug 26 2013 3:36 PM | Locked

Love the quilting on yuor baby quilt Angele!

My power was out for afternoon so I worked on my hand quilting, but tonight I'll be back in motion on fmq on the other one.  

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MNnancy replied on Mon, Aug 26 2013 3:39 PM | Locked

Patricia Faye:
She sent me a picture of the baby's room so I would be able to match the colors.

That was certainly helpful!  Then you know it's something the mom will like.

Great quilt, Patricia!


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Kris replied on Mon, Aug 26 2013 5:45 PM | Locked

ls2116:

I've traced my design on tear away, and i'm getting ready to quilt my sandwich.  I wondered though if there was an easier way has any company made tear away sheets for ink jet printers?  Because after tracing with my mark b gone on the tear away I thought what a waste of marker when its just gonna be torn away maybe i could've used a regular pen.  What do you say on that?

Try using a pencil. Thin tear away sheets might get stuck in the printer (trust me on that) LOL.

There might be a tear away you can use in the printer but then you'll be wasting ink.

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Kris replied on Mon, Aug 26 2013 5:46 PM | Locked

didash:
As much as I would have liked to quilt today, I had to bury my father...then my DH (such a gem!), took me to the boardwalk to "get away from it all" for the evening...we've had the week from Hell since finding Dad on Monday morning (we think he actually passed on the 6th).  My mother passed away 3 months ago, so this has been one heck of a summer :(

Sorry for your loss.

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