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Posted on:11/28/04 4:30 PM
Last Updated:8/25/05 2:31 PM


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JDpenelope said... (8/25/05 5:14 PM) Reply
This one looks kinda psychedelic! I love all of your quilts, but looking at them, I know I will never make one!
kmouse said... (8/25/05 2:56 PM) Reply
Very intrigued by your review, however none of the pictures show up for me.... will try to review later.
Mirza said... (8/18/05 7:01 PM) Reply
I love your quilts and admire your patience in making them.
HawkeMorningStar7 said... (8/18/05 6:29 PM) Reply
Amazing gorgeous quilts. They are beautiful works of art.
Nickle said... (8/18/05 5:25 PM) Reply
Boy , you've been busy. All your quilts are very nice. I'm sure the recpients will really like them.
TanyaMT said... (8/18/05 4:44 PM) Reply
Beautiful! I love the wall hanging especially.
nheh said... (8/18/05 3:31 PM) Reply
Wonderful quilts; thanks for sharing them. I love the colors , and the "scrappy" nature of them; I prefer this to regular repeats of color. Sadly, I do not have a sufficiently large stash of quilting fabrics to get this look, and I just don't want to go there. LOL
Mary Stiefer said... (8/18/05 3:20 PM) Reply
More beautiful items. The lap quilt and wall hanging are gorgeous
mudcat said... (8/4/05 9:45 PM) Reply
Thanks, Irene. I was looking at a local place that accepts quilts for kids and disperses them to shelters and such. They have suggested sizes and I was surprised at how small some of them were. They also said they would like quilts that were suitable for teenage boys. I'm not sure what they meant by that. Presumably, color schemes that would be more appealing to the typical teen boy. I guess they meant in colors other than pastels, pinks or purples....but I'm not sure.
Irene Q said... (8/4/05 8:04 AM) Reply
Mudcat, the brown quilt is about 40" x 70". The little squares are 1.5".
mudcat said... (8/3/05 7:55 PM) Reply
Just curious. What are the dimensions on this quilt?
Katharine in BXL said... (8/3/05 11:49 AM) Reply
Breathtaking! Irene, you are so generous to quilt for others.
AuntieShel said... (11/30/04 4:45 PM) Reply
Gorgeous quilt!
Elemenopeo said... (11/29/04 1:11 PM) Reply
Very nice - and WTG on no leftovers!
Linda E. said... (11/28/04 7:26 PM) Reply
beautiful quilt it is wonderful thing you are doing for charity
cindyann said... (11/28/04 7:04 PM) Reply
That is just beautiful. What a wonderful thing to do for charity. I so admire all you quilters. I really should just jump on in and try one.
Hilary said... (11/28/04 5:02 PM) Reply
Irene, what a beautiful quilt!! I love 9-patch and scrap quilts both. It's so kind of you to make something so involved for charity(and a great way to use up your scraps too!) :oP thanks for reviewing this!
 
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