Thank you fo the great recipe and methord for refinishing wood.
Amazing! I would never have thought about using coordinated prints with different background colors--but the effect is powerful!
These are quilts to daydream by! I love the texture on the silver one! I'm inspired!
Beautiful quilt, I hope and pray that your BIL does well.. you did a wonderful job on this quilt
Which charm pack did you use? I like this very much btw.
mmmmmmm, yum! love the curves of that tree, and the field of poppies, silver birches, fall foliage, in short, your entire display! lovely work! as usual, i love what you do!
I was in KC that weekend but we headed to Walnut, Iowa for an Antique Festival and when I wanted to go on Sunday my sister, who was riding with me, just wanted to go home so I missed the show....so disappointed!
Neutral Oriental light print or white for background with tiny red/orange blossoms and tiny brown vines running the length?
Greaat job! I Love these! Thank you for sharing.
Vanessa in Oklahoma
It so cute.
Thank you! I just love red, white, and blue!
I like this very much!
They are all beautiful! Very creative.
I bought one from Wal-Mart in the automotive section.
I had a recent experience except I bought mine at a flea market. I talked to a coworker and advanced quilter at work. She advised me to wash it by hand - like in the bathtub, and make repairs as necessary. For instance, I need to add a new backing and quilt binding - I've never repaired/restored an old quilt. The old quilts are heirlooms that somebody worked hard on -the sad news is there isn't a quilting label to identify who made it, what year, etc. I am fascinated with my quilt as it was all done by hand. She also advised that's why it's best to label all our quilts. I wish you the best - I hope to get mine in order some day - still working full time, etc. Please let me know how it all works out for you.
I have access to a walmart. Any particular color, size, amount? I would happy to take a look and see if they have any.
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Omigosh that is the best fabric ever! I'm a fan of quilting but I wouldn't cut that up for anything. Have you thought about mounting it on stretcher bars? Or framing it? A window shade or cornice? What fun your house must be if you used this for chairs! Thanks for sharing it!
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