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The last of the quilts.


I have more quilts I could show you but hopefully you've enjoyed browsing through a month's worth of quilty photos! Which is your favorite? Mine in found in this post!

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18 comments:

  1. All the quilts are very beautiful. Such wonderful artistry in each one.

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  2. Once again -wonderful art-work. Must have been really a lot of work. All the best and a good time
    Violetta

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  3. These are really wonderful! You saved the best for last. Thanks for hosting our party

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  4. I like the "fireworks" quilt!! Although, all of them are really beautiful! Thank you! Cathy

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  5. It's hard to choose a favourite but I think I like the 3rd one.

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  6. Love them all, especially the racoon.

    Happy Tuesday and thanks for hosting, Sue.

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  7. More wonderful quilts! I think I fave the 4th one down, but the last is bright and cheerful! Enjoy your week, stay safe, and thankyou again for the linkup.

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  8. So beautiful sources of inspirations are in this technique. Maybe you'll try once.
    Even it's more metaphorically, I like to use in greeting cards this approach!
    Thank you for this series. Have a beautiful week ahead, Sue!

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  9. I like these quilts. i recently discovered a quilt artist named Faith Ringgold in Picasso museum. Very intesting https://www.museepicassoparis.fr/fr/expositions-en-cours

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  10. Cute raccoon. You don't see many raccoons on quilts!

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  11. They all look so good, my favorite would be the 3rd one....

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  12. They are all so beautiful. I can't pick a favorite.

    Thank you for hosing the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday and rest of the week. ♥

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  13. I love them all, but the third one today is truly amazing!

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  14. We love the fun, non traditional quilts, so pretty and creative.

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  15. All of them over the last three or so weeks were beautiful. It's a skill I've never attempted (I'm not much of a sewer) but a quilter inspired me to crochet a temperature afghan (a strip for each day of a year representing its high temperature). Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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  16. Those are such beautiful quilts. Thanks for sharing them. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful day.

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  17. Thanks for the link today Sue. And for quilting posts.

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