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Thread: First attempt at a barn quilt.

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    Member nalc479's Avatar
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    First attempt at a barn quilt.

    My husband has wanted a shed and I've always wanted a barn quilt. So we finally came to a compromise.
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    That is so beautiful, could you send him up to Canada. What is the size of your block? Any special treatment of wood before and after painting

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    Very pretty swoon block. I love it!
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    Love it! What did you use for wood?

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    That is probably the prettiest barn quilt I've seen. And what I can see of the shed is wonderful as well.

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    Very pretty!
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    I love it! I have been thinking about one for my pole barn in my yard.... that one would look good on it!!

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    Beautiful barn quilt block and I also love the shed! It's all wonderful!

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    It's awesome! I always love seeing them when I travel. It gives me a warm feeling about those who live there. I'm happy for you. My daughter made 6 of them for me one Christmas. They are seasonal and I hang one on the front of my garage every two months.

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    Beautiful both the quilt and barn. !!!

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