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Thread: Can you guess what this quilt is made from?

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    :?: :?: :?:
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    Very interesting!

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    Looks like the logo from polo shirts or patches from the company. It is a beautiful quilt! Nice work!

    Am I right ? Am I right? Please tell me, pleeeeze tell me? (LOL)

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    hint? :D :twisted:

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    cloth? I'll bet there is some petroleum in there.

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    Promotional potholders from a propane company?

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    uniform shirts or golf towels? :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grammy o'5
    Promotional potholders from a propane company?
    DING,!DING! DING! DING! We have a winner! Good job :thumbup: . We were at the Sunbelt Ag Expo in Moultrie, GA tues. & today, went thru the Georgia Propane building. They have several booths set up like living spaces. Saw this unique quilt and thought" everyone on the board would get a kick out of this, I've got to get a picture." I could not find an answer as to person/persons who pieced it, though. My quess is you would be toasty warm,lol. Here is a close-up.

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    Looks like potholders to me.

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    Very creative!

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    Sorry, I can't edit title, yes, it is potholders.

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    How wild is that!!

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    Just goes to show that anything can be a quilt :!:

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    Thats a great idea!

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    Ha! Very creative!

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    I've seen a lot of weird things to make a quilt, like, cigar ribbons, silk ribbon. Anyone have any more exam. of strange things made into quilts?

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