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Viewing all entries from Dave's Garden County Fair 2011: Favorite quilt

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By gannierosie
My grandsons love trains, so I improvised a pattern, and used lots of left overs to make them their "choo choo" quilt. It is hand machined since I knew it was going to go through the ringer. Bright colors to brighten up their day.


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By fmlyof5
This quilt was made for me for my birthday. I do cat fostering, so my friend made me this beautiful cat quilt which features Buster, a black cat, that we fostered and then adopted. A special gift from a special friend.


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By Nanth333
I made this art quilt of my daughter's garden as a wall piece. Actual pictures of the kids and parents were printed on material and added. I wish I had counted the number of pieces- fence pickets, flowers, stones, etc , as all were individually printed on cloth and sewn to the base. Labor of love.


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By Nanth333
Detail of garden art quilt I made for my daughter to hang on her wall. I printed the photos of kids and individual flowers and stones on cloth and sewed to base. I hadn't sewn in over 30 years and never did free-motion stitching before, so it is not perfect. And I had to buy a sewing machine!


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By PotEmUp
I don't live in the right zone or have a greenhouse big enough for my very own Amorphophallus titanum, so my wife made me a fabric version for our wall. The background represents glass panes from the San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers.


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By shihtzumom
This lovely Catheral Quilt was made by my dear mother several years ago. Great care and detail, along with months worth of work went into making this beautiful quilt.


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By beebonnet
This is a mini quilt called Home Sweet Home. It measures 11 inches square and the technique I used to make it is called paper piecing.


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By beebonnet
A Walk In The Woods


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By jtaibleson
This quilt was made by a lady who was a neighbor of my husband's when he was growing up on a farm in Kentucky. Many of the quilt pieces were from her husband's old ties!


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By quilter_gal
Queen/king sized bed quilt - 1930's reproduction fabrics
I wanted to make the kind of quilt for my mother that her mother might have made for her, but with a modern twist.


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By quilter_gal
Civil War Reproduction Fabrics - 3,777 pieces
King/queen size - small squares are 1" sq.
Over 200 different fabrics used in this quilt


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By Quilter5bdsr
Boston Common design by Eleanor Burns
Fusions fabric by Robert Kaufman

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