Monday, December 23, 2013

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Finished!

Tonight is a very special night for me! I'll be handing out eleven of the quilts I've made this year to each of my children, nieces, and nephews. To say I'm excited doesn't even begin to describe it! Creating each of these quilts in a theme, color scheme, or pattern that fits each child and offering them as my way of showing how important they are to my life has been a huge honor. I hope they become something each of them will cherish for a lifetime!

Eleven Quilts!

Finished!!

I'll be back soon with the last two quilts I've yet to share here and I hope to take lots of photos to share tonight, as well! 

Wishing you all the very best until then!    Maureen 

46 comments:

  1. Your family is lucky to receive your beautiful work! Can't wait for the new reveals! Merry Christmas Maureen :)

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  2. oh, my!!! that's beyond wonderful. I'm sure they will treasure these forever.

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  3. Quilts to be cherished, for sure! Take lots of photos. It's been such a fun year seeing your finishes!

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  4. Just beautiful! I know they'll love them!

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  5. You are precious to have devoted so much time into planning and making these quilts for each one!

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  6. How wonderful! I always have to make something handmade for gifts. For kids I love making pillowcases with a print that relates to one of their interests. For adults my go to gift is a pleated zippered pouch. However this year I made a load of tiny zippered pouches with swivel D rings (first time for me) and they were small. I am not very good with small pieces of fabric but they turned out sooo cute. I even managed the tiny boxed corners. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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  7. what a lovely stack of quilts! I have only recently discovered your blog and creations but I love them . Love your style !

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  8. I'm anxious to see the comic book quilt. I made a bag for my daughter out of this fabric and I'm sure she would love to get a quilt as well.

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    1. I hope to get pictures of it sometime in the next couple of days before my family heads back to Georgia!

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    2. I want to see the comic book quilt too! lol. My dad would LOVE something like this and I can't figure out how to do the fabric or pattern or anything with out it being too crazy lol. Can't wait to see it!!!

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  9. That's quite an accomplishment! I'm giving my children each a twin-size quilt for Christmas - that's just two! Eleven quilts. And beautiful ones at that. =)

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  10. know how you feel. last week done the same with 8 of my 10 grandchildren and 2 of my children and then come Christmas day with my youngest son and my 2 grand doggies and my boyfriend. already started on next years quilts. I also done about 20 crib quilts for a local charity and about 30 aprons. Can't wait to see all of yours it get some ideas too

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  11. What an amazing thing to have done. A great achievement. Don't forget to tell us what their reactions were!

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  12. I have so enjoyed your blog this past year. You share so much with the quilting community. You are well on your way to a very successful career. Happy holidays!

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  13. Wonderful! I hope you have enjoy the holidays and I wish you the best for the new year.

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  14. What a wonderful gifts you're giving! Enjoy the family time too.

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  15. A stack of quilts is eye candy for me. These will be treasured gifts.

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  16. Good job on these - best of all they are gifts that are meaningful and lasting. Enjoy the Christmas season.

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    1. Thank you Gayle! The comments and support you show my blog means so much to me! Merry Christmas to you!!

      xx Maureen

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  17. Wow. What an inspiration. I can only imagine what a lovely evening it will be!

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  18. You are absolutely AWESOME !!
    Merry Christmas ♥

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  19. Happy Holidays and may the recipients of these glorious gifts appreciate them for generations to come. Bless you for your generosity and your talented hand. I've just found your blog-so far loving what i've seen.

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  20. I'm so excited and proud for you Maureen! And thankful for my very own to cherish. Wishing you and your family a precious Christmas together. And health and joy in the new year. Lots of love from down under. :) Xxx

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  21. I saw the IG pics, they all looked like very happy recipients :o)

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  22. This is amazing!

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  23. Such a great accomplishment and they are all so beautiful I love that yellow/gold fabric.
    The receivers are very lucky.

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  24. An amazing body of work -- and family heirlooms!!

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  25. Whoa and wow. How wonderful of you. Very special gifts.

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  26. God bless you. The quilts are beautiful. What a wonderful gift to be able to give to your family.
    Happy Holidays.

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  27. Wow how lucky here the are the people that receive these beautiful quilts. Merry Christmas

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  28. You did it!! Hooray for you. The very best part is that each child will know you created something specifically for them, through your choices of fabric and pattern. What a sweet gift.

    Thanks for inviting us to share the creative journey with you. Merry Christmas. xxx Beth

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  29. You are amazing!!! I did 9 last year, 0 this year...you make me tired just reading about all your hard work!! Have a blessed Christmas! There are going to be some very happy relatives in the morning!!

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  31. That's an amazing feat! Merry Christmas to you and yours

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  32. What a beautiful stack of lovely quilts ;) :) Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :) :) :)

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  33. wow Maureen! You did amazing! and what a stack!!! Giving quilts as gifts is just the best feeling. :)

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  34. So beautiful and what lovely gifts!! Are you going to post pictures of each if them? I'd love to see them and get ideas for doing the same for my grandchildren next year!

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  35. Beautiful stack of quilts. What a wonderful gift! Are you going to post pictures of them? I'd love to do this for my grandkids next year!

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