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Thread: Door Quilt

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    Super Member jojosnana's Avatar
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    I never would have thought of a door quilt! Great idea.
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    what did the original fabric for the obw look like? i wish you had been closer so i could really see the kaleidescopes. i love obw's!!
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    I like this. I want to do some tumbling blocks.

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    WOW! Your design and colors are groovy!

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    what a great idea. Good job.
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    Thanks for sharing. It really serves the purpose and go so well with the walls. Job well done. You can now take a bow.

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    Love your door quilt. I have been making them for my mom's door window. She has a 100 year old house with an oval window and it is very drafty. She used to have a lace curtain but now that she is older and gets colder I have been making quilts for different holidays and seasons. I always put a pretty backing on so those coming up on her covered porch see something that looks like a pretty curtain. I just put a sleeve on that she can run the curtain rod through.

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    Clever idea. Love the pattern and colors.
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    Awesome! Very creative!

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