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Old 03-13-2011, 07:33 PM   #421
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That is beautiful!
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Old 03-13-2011, 07:39 PM   #422
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Here is what I worked on today!
Very cute! I'm just about to work on three months worth of Block of the Month....need to be done by Saturday. Where does the time go? I can't even blame camping trips!
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Old 03-13-2011, 07:54 PM   #423
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Old 03-14-2011, 08:37 AM   #424
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45 days till Paducah! Is anyone else going?
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Next year I seriously hope I can go!!
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o.m.goodness. That is beautiful and I love the orange!!
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Old 03-16-2011, 06:14 PM   #427
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Finished this quilt for our grandson's high school graduation present. Nothing better than quilting & AS. Love all the work you all do. Thanks for all the pictures & inspiration!
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Old 03-16-2011, 07:51 PM   #428
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Finished this quilt for our grandson's high school graduation present. Nothing better than quilting & AS. Love all the work you all do. Thanks for all the pictures & inspiration!
Neat quilt for a guy. I'm sure he will treasure it. Thanks for sharing!!

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Old 03-16-2011, 08:33 PM   #429
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Old 03-16-2011, 10:14 PM   #430
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Bbnaugher, your quilt is wonderful for a grandson's graduation present. He should have it for life, always remembering his graduation time and you, his grands. Your colors look terrific for a guy. I'm preparing a batik collection to begin a quilt for my oldest grandson, just graduated from tech school and is out on his own first job in Tulsa. Your grandson is a lucky young man! ~G
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Bbnaugher, your quilt is wonderful for a grandson's graduation present. He should have it for life, always remembering his graduation time and you, his grands. Your colors look terrific for a guy. I'm preparing a batik collection to begin a quilt for my oldest grandson, just graduated from tech school and is out on his own first job in Tulsa. Your grandson is a lucky young man! ~G
I agree - quilts for guys can be a challenge, and yours is wonderful Bbnaugher! maxandgeorgia, you mention preparing a batik collection for a grandson quilt; here is a quilt using batiks I just completed and gave to my son, an avid fly-fisherman, for his birthday.
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lmgreenfield...Love your work. We love to fish & love your quilt. That is beautiful!
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Lana, your fly fisher quilt is wonderful, combining traditional piecing and innovative art techniques. Are the fish fussy-cut and appliqued or have you used another method? I love how you designed all the way to the river bottom! I like your style ~G
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The fish were cut from the same batiks collection, pieced together onto a cheesecloth backing (so as not to add bulk), then machine-appliqued onto the quilt. I used free-form swirls hand-quilted throughout the quilt to continue the effect of water movement, and gave a bit of "3-D" effect to the rainbow trout at the top by cutting into the backing after it was appliqued, adding some additional batting to the form, then hand-appliqueing a dark fish outline over the cut to hide it. (The back of the quilt was whole-cloth dark blue and green batik on which the hand quilting showed more.)
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