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Thread: Harvest Time - Jar Quilt

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    I love how you incorporated the crates and basket in with the jars and that the jars are different sizes. Also like that each shelf is different. It really makes your quilt unique. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.
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    I love it ! I have made a few blocks for a jar quilt many years ago but lost the mojo to finish. Makes me want to look around for those & add some new ones ! Thanks for sharing !
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    Beautiful quilt - love the variety of jars' shapes and sizes and contents - love thecratyes as well. GREATA JOB!

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    Wow! What a spectacular quilt! I just love this! So creative! Great job!
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    Great quilt....have never seen one like this before, would be fun to make a small wall hanging version....

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    Quote Originally Posted by goosepoint View Post
    This was so much fun to do. There are no 2 jars or crates alike. The fruits and vegetables are RJR fabric. The backing is black & white gingham from Walmart. It is a generous 110 x 110. The quilt design is 'peapod'. My LAQ was waiting for the right project to try it on and it is so perfect for this quilt. She is amazing.

    I love this one, I have been collecting veg prints for a long time waiting to find just the right pattern. Where can I get this pattern? I have never seen the creats how do you make them and what size are the blocks? Happy quilting YIPPIE

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    Wow..they look good enough to...EAT!! You did a great job!
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    This is the one I want to do. It is beautiful. I have been trying to fine fabric but can't find much. I use to see it everywhere several years ago.

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    cute, cute, cute!!
    will quilt 4EVER

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    wow i have never heard of one of those quilts i love it. it will have to be on my bucket list for sure. thanks for sharing rachelle

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    Just terrific, great job and thank you for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by lollygagging View Post
    I love how you incorporated the crates and basket in with the jars and that the jars are different sizes. Also like that each shelf is different. It really makes your quilt unique. Thanks for sharing and inspiring.
    Ditto. I keep going back and looking at the quilt. I also saw one with baskets. Will be doing one in the future. Hope mine turns out as well as yours. Both quilt and the quilting are great. Any tips please PM me. Thanks so much for sharing. You have a winner here. BrendaK
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    It is beautiful.
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    Can't wait to see the finished quilt. I love the fabrics you will be using. Be sure to share!

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    Fabulous. So bright and colourful

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    Your quilt is absolutely awesome.....I love it!
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    well done and charming, love your choice of backing..............
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    The crates make this quilt very special. Great quilt!

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    That a need idea, love the jar's. I used to do a lot of canning and this is really a nice way to show off them. Love your ideas.

    I have seen jars done, but didn't know where to find a pattern for them. Please PM me as to where to find the pattern for them.
    Nancy. . . Alameda, Ca.

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    Very fun and colorful.
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    Wow another great quilt Thanks

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    Wonderful colors in this fun quilt!
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    I love this Quilt I have been wanting to do one but never saw one so pretty, love the crates mixed in. Is there a pattern? I hope!!! or maybe some measurements

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    beautiful great job!!!!
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