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Thread: Barn Quilts

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    Super Member jcrow's Avatar
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    Barn Quilts

    Here is a man who makes "Barn quilts" for your homes. His site is: http://barnquiltsbydave.blogspot.com/. Check it out!
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    So cute. Thanks for the post. I want to make one!

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    Me, too. He does house quilts too. My DH has a big garage that could use one.

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    Oh, I just finished painting the house, and had my DH chainsaw out all the overgrown shrubs. It looks so bare. One of Dave's creations would be perfect for filling the space!! "Oh, Honey... I know what I want for Christmas..."
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    I painted my own, it's on my avatar. Got a 24"x24" piece at Lowes Measured it out in squares and painted it.
    It's hanging on front of my quilt shop.
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