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Thread: Granny's Pantry canning jar quilt pattern

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    My mom (who my kids called Granny) loved to bottle fruit each September. When I found this fruit and vegetable fabric I just had to design a quilt of canning jars to remember her by. All those beautiful bottles would be lined up along the counter for several days to show off her hard work. I decided to display mine in a lovely wooden cupboard.

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    I can not WAIT to get my pattern in the mail from you for this!!~
    I have my fabrics all ready to go! thank you...
    I saw your quilt made up by someone on this site and she was kind enough to lead me to your site to purchase it (and another).
    Your patterns are so unique!~

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    that's awesome. Love it. I love the food fabric too.

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    Lovely quilt. I love the canning jars and the pantry look. Thank you for sharing.

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    Too perfect! I just love the jars of fabric fruit/veggies!

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    Soooo unique, I love it! :) Thanks for sharing!

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    very nice i.m doing canning and will be for awhile yet got tomotoes this year and they did good, still have alot of green ones to pick very good job at putting them in jars and shows all the hard work.

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    Your vegetables look delicious! Those fabrics are wonderful and love your use of them!

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    You did a great job and what a wonderful memory of Granny!

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    Very cute quilt--fabrics are great!

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    Your Granny would be so proud of you :P

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    Nice job

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    Love it. I've been thinking of doing something like this. Would a charm pack work? I don't want a whole lot of each fabric, just enough for one, maybe two, jars.

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    Awesome

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    Love canning jar quilts and yours is especially great.

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    BEAUTIFUL!... Do you sale your pattern?
    If so please PM me.

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    Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fleurdelisquilts.com
    Love it. I've been thinking of doing something like this. Would a charm pack work? I don't want a whole lot of each fabric, just enough for one, maybe two, jars.
    You would need a piece 5" x 9" for each jar. It's best to get a group of friends together and buy a 1/4 yard of each fabric then swap. You should be able to get 8 jars from each 1/4 yard cut.

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    Looks like my Grma's did....great job

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    Now why couldn't my canning jar wall hanging have come out as pretty as that? Great job!

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    Lots of Qb'ers who can on here. Love this quilt. I see you are selling the pattern? DO we go to the link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by debbieumphress
    Lots of Qb'ers who can on here. Love this quilt. I see you are selling the pattern? DO we go to the link?
    Please PM me if you are interested. Thanks a bunch. Peggy

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    Quote Originally Posted by thelondonzoo
    Now why couldn't my canning jar wall hanging have come out as pretty as that? Great job!
    Please share a picture of yours. I'd love to see it.

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    cute quilt
    Destiny is no matter of chance.It is a matter of choice

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    Canning jars are always fun and you have set them of so well in that WONDERFUL cabinet. That is really special. My "granny" canned too, and now I do as well.
    "Life is mostly froth and bubble, but one thing stands as stone. Kindness in another's trouble, courage in one's own." Adam Lindsey Gordon

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