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Dee the Texas quilt looks great. The dawn soak has really saved quite a few quilts for me.
I finally got around to getting several of my tops quilted and finished. Still plugging along on the rest of them. Here are just a couple o them. I thought Sue in Illinois would like the Scotty dog one.
I adore the "dots" quilt.
Makes me think of one of those "Are you colorblind?" tests you see on the internet.
Lynne, those are just lovely!
(edit to add an E to your name...duh, Mel! )
I like the little topper star's and dog's. I took a picture of it.
Wow Lynne, I really like your big color block stars! So simple, yet so fun when you put them together!
Both are very cute, sure to be loved by someone.
well I am extremely disappointed to say that red fleece does bleed. grrr. I really thought since it was 100% poly it would not. Darn it, I knew I should have bought the gray for the backing, but the red backing was just so pretty/warm/snuggly. 2 of the 4 white fabrics attracted it like crazy (fortunately not the star). I soaked it 3 times and it isn't working. I'm letting it air dry now and will see what my friend thinks. I really don't want to make another one. I'm hoping that as it dries they will look less pink.