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My patchwork quilt so far!

Discussion in 'Arts, Crafts & Scrapbooking' started by mumof2, Feb 28, 2009.

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    well i don't know about all that Tink.....what a lot of work that would be for nothing!

    i was thinking about mine, it will probably turn out as a bed throw rather than a quilt, i'm not sure - i have an idea in mind but we'll have to wait and see!
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    It really is going to be very beautiful - i hope you are going to take plenty of photos for us along the way! :yes:
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    might do! :tongue:
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    i'm thinking mine won't turn out anything like these!




    this one (if the link works out ok) is adorable!
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    I expect mine to be used and abused, Tink! :lol:

    Most of the ones I've made in recent years (the complex ones were made when KC turned two (she'll be 35 this year) and DC turned two (she just turned 30!) are pretty sturdy. They're denim and backed with flannel. They're machine stitched and strip pieced--not at all fancy. I try to make at least ten twin-sized quilts with a pillow sham and denim bear (gender and age neutral!) each year for various family shelters. So many children in the shelters come in with nothing but the clothes on their backs. :(
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    I love it!!

    it looks very complicated...!!!

    GREAT JOB!
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    wow Taja - that's incredible :hug2:
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    thanks Mari - it's easy so far really. just fiddly. it's the putting it all together stage that i'm not sure of!
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