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What Are You Working On Now?   General Discussion

Started 11/19/17 by MarciainMD; 808731 views.

Thank you. It is one of the few quilts that I bought all the fabric to make it. It took a few months and multiple stores to find just the right mix of colors.

nice.  I especially like how the bead board goes through the narrow blue inner border.

Midkid5

From: Midkid5

Oct-3

It's a beautiful quilt.  Glad you were able to gift it in person, experiencing the true reaction of those receiving it.

Jo

Thanj you. I had a hard time trying to figure out a nice border and am happy with my choices. The breadboard always works with any kind of garland shape.

Thank you! It was a wedding quilt for a young cousin and they have been married for over a year so I am glad to have this done and gifted at last. They will be the lucky couple that gets a double wedding ring quilt.......if I do other wedding quilts they will be easier patterns!

They both seemed very excited over it.

Pirate (PIRATE_SR)

From: Pirate (PIRATE_SR)

Oct-3

That's just gorgeous, Ami.   Great setting for the photo. :-)

Mark was more than annoyed when i pointed out that fence and said that would be a great photo. He pulled over a bit further and I was insistent that it needed to be that fence. He turned around and went back and found a place to pull over.

We have driven that road many times and every time we go by that spot I think it would make a great photo with a quilt. Well with the color of the aspen trees and since we had the quilt in the car it all worked out. As soon as I got back in the car it rained the rest of the way to Colorado Springs. I was thinking other photos but that was it.

I am so glad it is finally gifted.

Midkid5

From: Midkid5

Oct-3

I see a suggest for a wedding gift, rather than make a big bed size quilt to make two lap size quilts, especially if you don't know the couples favorite colors.

Jo

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