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Thread: OMG -- More Patchwork Furniture - Part 3!!!

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    By now, I guess most of you know how much I love quilted furniture among other things and thought you would enjoy seeing these pics of patchwork furniture! Nothing can take the place of those beautiful quilted sofas I showed in my other 2 threads. Here they are if you missed them:

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-36522-1.htm , part 1 of quilted furniture

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-38832-1.htm , part 2 of quilted furniture

    Hope you enjoy these pic collections! ;) ;) :D

    patchwork chair
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    patchwork chair 3 with buttons highlighting the diamond PW
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    patchwork button-back sofa
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    pw corner sofa with ea cushion different
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    patchwork chair using pw to hide flaws, tears, stains
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    PW chair taking the color blue to a new level!
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    PW dresser -- don't try this paint job on an antique! Try it on junk first!
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    PW furniture lanai w/ea cushion different
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    last but not least an elegant PW sofa!
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    Those are really unique, I want all of them.

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    Wow! Incredible furniture. I looked at all the back posts too. Thank you for including those as I didn't discover this board till Aug 2010

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    Those cushions should look neat on patio furniture. I can see them in my back yard on my black iron set..with all shades of green and white.

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    Definitely different! Never would have thought of doing that! Some people are so creative.

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    I would do mine and sew the seams with a regular stitch and then flattened out and then with a zig zag stitch for extra strength.

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    OMG! There are some extremely interesting pieces there. Some look way cool!

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    wow, wouldn't they look great in a sun room??? love them all...thanks for sharing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintagemotif
    OMG! There are some extremely interesting pieces there. Some look way cool!
    They are cool for sure!!! I just remembered I forgot to show the quilted mirrors to match the decor. Let me see if I've resized them and I'll add those too!! You just have to see the PW mirrors!! haha! Your welcome, everyone!! Thought this would give lots of you some great ideas!!!

    :D :D :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramona Byrd
    I would do mine and sew the seams with a regular stitch and then flattened out and then with a zig zag stitch for extra strength.
    You have a great idea with that!!

    :D :D :D ;)

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