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Thank you, Suze.
Since I have never worn T-shirts (cannot stand tight collars around my neck) this is the only T-shirt quilt I will ever own!
bravo! it looks wonderful. so glad you let me contribute!
I all came together in a fun colorful quilt!
Judy--that quilt is beyond outstanding! I'm very proud of your creativity and diligence.. Where and how will you display it?
Thank you very much for your flattering words. Now it's your turn.
The quilt will wind up spread out on top of the bed in DD's room (aka the guest bedroom) where the twins sleep during their rare visits. It is very rare for DD to stay overnight these days (she lives an hour away) so it will be a good place to display the quilt.
Well, Judy, if there's more than one block with a metallic fabric needle, I can't see it. Cataract surgery scheduled for later this month.
I do see the one with the rose petit point, and the whole quilt is amazing! Like Dee said, I'm honored to be able to contribute to it!
Cris in MT
Beautiful raffle quilt. Always fun to sew with others.
not sure how I feel about this so far. It's not really ringing any bells for me. I've got 5 or 6 more blocks prepped for EPP, but then I may just stop with wall hanging size. I want to make a name sign (Dee's place) for my door, I might repurpose these for a border for that.
Are you enjoying working on these?
They look nice but I think they all look too similar to each other except for the happy yellow one.
I am enjoying them a bit. I was thinking tho, I really would prefer applique. With applique I find excuses to sit down and work on it.
These are kind of - well - eh. Not work exactly but not something I love. I need to find another applique project to get excited about. the Christmas one went much faster than expected. Start to finish it will have only been a year - which is pretty quick for me.