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10 Minute Blocks and Cathedral Windows

Started by Garnie P. Bethea. Last reply by Denise Felt Jul 1, 2014. 3 Replies

Here's an easy block for any level of experience quilting.  Check out "10 Minute Blocks" by Designer Originals on youtube.comIt only uses 5 - 10" squares and 3 seams to make.  When I saw the video, I…Continue

Adding baby quilts

Started by Jacqueline Adams. Last reply by Denise Felt Jul 1, 2014. 2 Replies

Baby quilts are my passion, as I got started about 13 yrs ago, when I made my grandson's bedding, such a hit, I just continued to make them as gifts, I gotten about 15 under my belt, so far, this…Continue

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Comment by Deanna Davis on October 24, 2013 at 10:19pm

woo hoo ~~ my sailboats is DONE ~~

And now off to be kwilted .. now I can stitch on something else that is almost done ..

I have a top that is sandwiched and pinned, ready to be sewn ~~ haven't worked on it in way too long. My niece had a daughter 2 yrs ago that had a heart transplant at 2 months of age. I have been hanging onto it as a precaution .. now I think it's safe to finish ~~

Comment by Ruth Hanson on October 23, 2013 at 9:02pm

i like the hot air balloons thats so cute

Comment by Denise Felt on October 16, 2013 at 11:32pm

Thanks, Deanna!  I appreciate the info.  

Your ship quilt is wonderful!  Lots and lots of sewing in that one, I can tell!  You've done an awesome job!

Comment by Deanna Davis on October 16, 2013 at 8:33pm

Denise ~ In the comment square, the toolbar above this area is where you add links, images, video .. the 2nd tool is 'image' .. click on it and you can browse to find the picture you want to upload.

On the 23rd of Sept. I posted my fabric for my new big boy grandson's quilt ~~ here it is ~~  been sewing for 2 weeks straight ..

 Am stitching sails / flags down before I sew the blocks together in rows. This quilt is done in vertical rows .. it has been very sew intensive to say the least !

 

Comment by Denise Felt on October 16, 2013 at 5:23pm

(Sorry, I haven't yet figured out how to combine images and comments.)  This baby quilt was made for the new baby boy of a good friend of mine.  I fell in love with the hot air balloon fabric, then couldn't bear to cut it up for blocks!  So I added a pieced border instead.  Dean loved it and couldn't stop staring at the bright colors! *grin*

Comment by Denise Felt on October 16, 2013 at 5:20pm

Comment by Denise Felt on October 16, 2013 at 5:17pm

Ruth, 

I love your wild kitty quilt!  I have granddaughters who would love it too!

Comment by Deanna Davis on September 23, 2013 at 10:31am

Very nice Ruth ...

We're having a new g-daughter in January, so will do a new one for her .. and making the big boy bed quilt for grandson ..

Here's my plan .. of course, I must do this while completing my UFOs too .. just stick in it between .. hahaha  Funny how when I get the fabric for a NEW quilt, I just have to START now  .. this one has a deadline ! 

Comment by Ruth Hanson on September 12, 2013 at 1:42pm

I love to make baby quilts mine are a little more modern. I made this one earlier this year

Comment by Karen S Pollard on April 3, 2013 at 9:38pm

My grandson is absolutely precious to me.  He loves my quilts and enjoys looking through my novelty fabrics.  I've made him a quilt and multiple pillows for his room, plus little drawstring bags for crayons, carry caddies for art supplies, etc.  In fact, I believe he loves my quilts more than anyone else in the family.  When we made our wills out last year, I left him all my quilts.  He's only 8 now, but I know that if he inherits them, they will be treasured.

 

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