by dkjack 18 Jul 2010

I did not want to take away from the front side so I just did redwork on the back with girls, boys, flowers, and butterflies. ITS FINALLY DONE!!

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by camylow 21 Jul 2010

I have never gotten into redwork, but this is beautiful...think I might just go ahead and start collecting it anyhow....Really nice job,,,,,,

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dkjack by dkjack 21 Jul 2010

Thank you

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by bdrouin 20 Jul 2010

Very good idea. It's actually a reversible quilt. Never would have thought of that. Your fabric pictures came out very well. Very nice work. Hang with pride.

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dkjack by dkjack 20 Jul 2010

Thank you Barbara

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by smithandsmith 20 Jul 2010

what a beautiful quilt!

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dkjack by dkjack 20 Jul 2010

Thanks Lee

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by dilceia 19 Jul 2010

ttt

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dkjack by dkjack 19 Jul 2010

Thank you

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by sandralochran 19 Jul 2010

Love it

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dkjack by dkjack 19 Jul 2010

Thank you

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by jayce 19 Jul 2010

WOW where can I see the front

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dkjack by dkjack 19 Jul 2010

Thank you

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by iris2006 19 Jul 2010

The back side is beautiful too.

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dkjack by dkjack 19 Jul 2010

Thank you

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by gayle950 19 Jul 2010

beautiful, well done

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dkjack by dkjack 19 Jul 2010

Thank you

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by castelyn 19 Jul 2010

This looks great, well done. It can be used both sides. Reversable quilt. *4u

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dkjack by dkjack 19 Jul 2010

Thank you

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by kezza2sew 18 Jul 2010

Was admiring it up close, then came back here and I see this is the back...wow..I must search for the front. this is lovely. I love the set up of the way you did it.

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dkjack by dkjack 19 Jul 2010

Thank you

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by nini 18 Jul 2010

Congrats! It is a beauty!***

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dkjack by dkjack 18 Jul 2010

Thank you

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by clawton 18 Jul 2010

Beautiful

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dkjack by dkjack 18 Jul 2010

Thank you clawton

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by tippi 18 Jul 2010

This side is beautiful also. You should be very proud of this one.

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dkjack by dkjack 18 Jul 2010

Thank you. I am pleased with how it turned out. Not a lap quilt but it tells my family story. :)

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by luluzinha 18 Jul 2010

very nice!

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dkjack by dkjack 18 Jul 2010

Thank you

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by dilceia 18 Jul 2010

Charmer! Congratulations on very beautiful work!

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dkjack by dkjack 18 Jul 2010

Thank you

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by cutegirl 18 Jul 2010

This is so beautiful, well done.

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dkjack by dkjack 18 Jul 2010

Thank you

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by mysew1325 18 Jul 2010

wow.. this is lots of work.. how long did it take to make..

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dkjack by dkjack 18 Jul 2010

Almost a year. Had to go through 40 years of pictures. Decide how to show my family history, calculate fabric, etc. Only took about a month to actually sew together. I could only work on it on weekends since I work.

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by milas 18 Jul 2010

Great job, beautiful color!

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dkjack by dkjack 18 Jul 2010

Thank you

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by rwalden 18 Jul 2010

It looks great. You do wonderful work.

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dkjack by dkjack 18 Jul 2010

Thank you

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by lenamae 18 Jul 2010

This quilt it out standing a treasure to the family you did two quilts in one what a wonderful idea I love it and the colors are great.
Lenamae

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dkjack by dkjack 18 Jul 2010

Thank you Lenamae

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by stickmuster 18 Jul 2010

Woow Deborah, this is a wonderful quilt. You used beautiful fabrics and designs *******

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dkjack by dkjack 18 Jul 2010

Thank you. So glad it turned out. First quilt I have done without a pattern. Thought I'd go crazy figuring the fabric amount. LOL

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by designgirl 18 Jul 2010

Even the back is beautiful. Lovely quilt.

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dkjack by dkjack 18 Jul 2010

Thank you

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by shirlener88 18 Jul 2010

Very useful backside, too.

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dkjack by dkjack 18 Jul 2010

Thank you Shirlene

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by mops Moderator 18 Jul 2010

It's beautiful, both front and back! Is the Cotton theory a sort of quilt as you go method? I seem to remember reading the name before.

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dkjack by dkjack 18 Jul 2010

Thank you. Yes, it is a quilt as you go. The seams that you use to connect add so much detail. I love using it.

http://www.quiltyard.com/whatisco...

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