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didash replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 5:31 PM | Locked

Judy - Gorgeous!  I'm so envious!  You are such an inspiration...

Candis - Love the butterfly quilt (great idea!). Can't wait to see it finished!

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didash replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 5:33 PM | Locked

Started this I Spy Jar quilt yesterday and finished today...just needs binding and delivering :)

 

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Carol from Pittsburgh replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 5:33 PM | Locked

Candis, your work is amazing!  The butterflies are so pretty and the way you put together the quilt for Julienne is fantastic!

 

 

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Carol from Pittsburgh replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 5:36 PM | Locked

Judy, another beautiful quilt!  Yours always are.  I really like the sashing and the borders.

 

 

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Carol from Pittsburgh replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 5:38 PM | Locked

What a precious quilt, Diane!  And thanks for adding another quilt to my list of "I-want-to-make-ones."

 

 

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Carol from Pittsburgh replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 5:44 PM | Locked

Here's the one I finished today. This quilt is made from my late boyfriend's shirts and will be a gift to his 16 year old nephew. Patrick and his nephew were very close. The black and red were Patrick's favorite colors. He liked anything Irish so I did the quilting with a Celtic knot pattern. Also, he always wore a Celtic cross on a chain around his neck- so I added a Celtic cross connected with a chain pattern to the sashing and some of the blocks. The back of the quilt has elements from the Periodic Table- Patrick was a chemist.

 

 

 

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Marlabartlett60 replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 6:36 PM | Locked

Dianne so cute, boy your fast!  Love it!  Carol. That is a very wonderful quilt !  So sweet to make that and give to the nephew! Nice pattern too.  Love seeing every ones work!

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Judy T-Bellingham replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 6:36 PM | Locked

Didash, I've wanted to make one of these. I love your jar ingredients. Mickey Mouse in a jar! So cool. Two days, that's speedy. Great job.


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Judy T-Bellingham replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 6:38 PM | Locked

My goodness, Carol. That is a real labor of love. How beautiful and how unique to add the elements on the back. 


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Judy T-Bellingham replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 6:41 PM | Locked

Thank you everyone.  I enjoyed making this quilt, especially since I was able to mostly use my stash.


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Barbara in Colorado replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 7:15 PM | Locked

Carol,

What a considerate and beautiful gift.  I am sure the nephew will cherish it.

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Barbara in Colorado replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 7:17 PM | Locked

I love all of your things to "spy".  You will have to give us all speeding lessons, you are so fast getting your projects done.

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Eileen replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 9:42 PM | Locked

It was great to get on here tonight & see what you all are making! Great quilts from great quilters :-)  I worked on a t-shirt quilt for one of DH's nephews yesterday & today.  The shirts are in rows so now I have to decide if I will sash between the rows or just add a border - it's pretty big already. It sure felt good to sew two days in a row.

 

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Darlene replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 9:54 PM | Locked

Nice job Judy.  So good to see that the animals approve. 

I always know something is finished when the cat curls up on it.

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Judy T-Bellingham replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 10:01 PM | Locked

Eileen, will look forward to seeing your Tshirt quilt when it's finished. That's something I've never tried.


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