Quilt #32

This is Joseph’s quilt, the younger brother.  The pattern is Looking In.  It too has forty eight blocks made from 46 different Dr. Seuss fabrics.

 

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Quilt #31

This quilt is for John, the older brother.  It is the Dancing Patchwork pattern.  There are forty eight blocks with forty six different Dr. Seuss fabrics.  I had no idea I had that many.

 

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Quilt #30

With school and everything else going on I didn’t have a lot of time for quilts this year.  I did want to do quilts for some friends from church and their two little boys.  The quilt for the parents was from the Snow Happens line of fabric.  I like the snowmen (enlarge the second picture) and I really like the fact that the line is BLUE.  I got all three quilts back from the longarm lady the Friday before Christmas so I had four days to get the binding done on the three quilts.  So, guess what I did for four days.  And I do mean that is all I did.  I made it though!  My needle pushing finger was very sore and full of holes.

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Quilt #29

I found this fabric at Quilter’s Emporium last year, right before we left Houston, and then I proceeded to lose it.  I found it a few weeks ago decided there was nothing wrong with getting an early start on a Halloween quilt.  As color blind as I am I can tell this quilt is loaded with lots of bright colors.  It was a fun one to make.

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Quilt #28

I’ve had this quilt ready for a couple of months, we’ve just been so busy we haven’t be able to take pictures.  Decided to do it tonight and we had to fight the wind.  This a “requested” quilt.  Joey saw the Monopoly fabric in a magazine and decided we need to make one.  It was a real challenge finding all the fabric.  I actually bought fabric from five different stores since the line of fabric was a couple of years old.  It’s also a good thing I bought a little extra as I had to recut the pieced blocks.  I wasn’t paying attention the first time I cut. The checkerboard backing happened because I didn’t order enough of the money fabric.

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Quilt #26

FINALLY got two more of the boys’ quilts finished. This one is Dillon’s. The boys laid out the fabric themselves.

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Quilt #25

I’ve had the fabric for a while so I finally decided to do the quilt.  LOTS of squares.  The longarm quilter used a western theme on the quilting.

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