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Wendy replied on Sun, Jun 10 2012 6:36 PM

I actually got my top done. I just have to add the borders. I hope I get it done in time for judging.

 

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Rochelle replied on Sun, Jun 10 2012 6:44 PM

Your quilt is just beautiful! I love the colors!

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Bonita replied on Mon, Jun 11 2012 7:26 AM

Everyone's quilts are beautiful, it's amazing what different fabrics can make the same pattern look so unique. I thought I had mine done...stitshed the last border and went to press it and ...OH NO... there were two blocks that had a small cut in the top of the blocks. Back to the machine and the frogger. Picked them out made the new blocks and fit them back in. It wasn't hard to do just time spent redoing .. I hate redoing. Anyway it's done and here it is.

It came up sideways..sorry about that.

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safrmaz replied on Mon, Jun 11 2012 8:03 AM

madcallia:

Everyone's quilts are beautiful. There is no way to pick a favorite.  I have enjoyed doing my first mystery quilt - can't wait until the next one.  I finally got mine finished.  Decided I wanted a second border and had to wait for the fabric to be delivered.  Here is mine - Jill

Jill, it's beautiful!!  Nice job.

 

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safrmaz replied on Mon, Jun 11 2012 8:07 AM

Cindy:

Just finished today.  This was my first MQ and the largest quilt I have made so far.  What a fun way to make a quilt!  Thanks, Sandy.  I'm trying to pick a favorite. 

I'm looking forward to MQ7.

 

Cindy E.

I love your fabrics, Cindy.  It's very pretty.  I especially like the way the inner border looks against the dark outer border.

 

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safrmaz replied on Mon, Jun 11 2012 8:10 AM

Bonita:

Everyone's quilts are beautiful, it's amazing what different fabrics can make the same pattern look so unique. I thought I had mine done...stitshed the last border and went to press it and ...OH NO... there were two blocks that had a small cut in the top of the blocks. Back to the machine and the frogger. Picked them out made the new blocks and fit them back in. It wasn't hard to do just time spent redoing .. I hate redoing. Anyway it's done and here it is.

It came up sideways..sorry about that.

So pretty, Bonita!  I really like the yellow background.

 

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Marie replied on Mon, Jun 11 2012 9:11 AM

WOW!  More beautiful quilts!  Choosing one is going to be next to impossible!  Good job everyone!

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Tami Paul replied on Mon, Jun 11 2012 10:27 AM

Thanks Sheila, never thought of them for quanity. I have looked on there for specific material pattern that I dont think they sell anymore or something. but wow. I think I found a couple that will work for what I got going on now. Thanks again

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PennyWyo replied on Mon, Jun 11 2012 10:33 AM

Finished!  This is absolutely my favoite.  Made with Civil War time period reproductions.  Hope to give it sandwiched today and then start the quilting on my new Handi Quilter Sweet Sixteen sit down.  Everyone's quilts are stunning.  This was a great Myster, Sandi.  Thank you for hosing.

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Tami Paul replied on Mon, Jun 11 2012 10:37 AM

love it Penny. I love the CW replicas

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Teresa replied on Mon, Jun 11 2012 10:48 AM

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Teresa replied on Mon, Jun 11 2012 10:51 AM

Had a hard time remenbering how to post these pictures. post several in media . anyway this is my MQ6 and still needs border.

 

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Debbie-do replied on Mon, Jun 11 2012 10:52 AM

PennyWyo:

Finished!  This is absolutely my favoite.  Made with Civil War time period reproductions.  Hope to give it sandwiched today and then start the quilting on my new Handi Quilter Sweet Sixteen sit down.  Everyone's quilts are stunning.  This was a great Myster, Sandi.  Thank you for hosing.

  Penny, it's gorgeous!  I knew it would be :o)  ... I love the border fabrics you picked out!   Yeah!!

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Debbie-do replied on Mon, Jun 11 2012 10:53 AM

Teresa, very pretty fabrics you chose!  Lookin good!!

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Vivian replied on Mon, Jun 11 2012 10:56 AM

I attended a two guild dinner the other night and one quild had just finished a mystery challenge.  Everyone who had finished the top (some were even finished) brought them  and man oh man, did they all look different.  such a change the choice of fabric can make.  Even with the simple pattern used here, all the quilts look so good.  congratulations to each and every one who took part.  This is actually one I may do in the future.

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