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Thread: My Barn Quilt is finished and on the Barn!

  1. #176
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    So. what kind of wood would I need and what kind of paint. I live in the great, damp Northwest

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    Fabulous paint job and quilt! That was a lot of hard work - be very proud!

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    What a great barn and barn quilt to go with it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by barnbum
    LOVE your barn and LOVE your quilt!! Great job!!
    ditto.

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    Good for YOU! I love it! Makes me homesick... I grew up on a farm with a red barn, outbuildings,etc. Did you let the gal know who has the website "Quiltbarntrail" or something like this? She loves to keep up with them! She'd love to hear from ya. She puts out calendars, has a book coming out, all about Quilt Barns.

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    Wow, you are ambitious! They both look great - the barn and the quilt. I love the quilt block you used and the colors.

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    Fantastic. If I was closer I'd come help you paint ;-0

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    I would help if I lived closer but I can't go up. I'm the person that stays on the ground. lol
    I love it. I have a barn but it's over 100 years old and if I did one of those the boards would fall off the barn. It is beautiful.

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    You did a fantastic job. Whenever I spot a barn quilt, it always brings a smile to my face.

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