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Monday, June 11, 2012

Barbed Wire Quilt

I have finished my Barbed Wire quilt, the pattern is from a Fons and Porter's Quilt magazine.

It started out as a challenge in one of my quilting clubs.  Several of us exchanged fabric strips so we would have a good variety of prints to use in this scrappy quilt.  We were to donate the finished quilt to a charity.  After all the work put into these quilts it was decided we could keep our quilts if we wanted and donate a different quilt.
I have decided to keep my Barbed Wire after making all those half square triangles.

This is my quilt. I have found another quilt that I have made that will be donated to a charity.


12 comments:

  1. LOOKS GREAT! You guys did a wonderful job with all your quilts!!

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    1. Thanks Cyndi.
      Waiting to see yours.

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  2. I love your quilt and especially the name!

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    1. Thanks Mayleen. I cannot take credit for the name of the quilt. It came from Fons and Porter.

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  3. Good decision to keep this quilt. You would have regretted it forever if you gave this one away. People who do not quilt would not appreciate all the work in this quilt. You did a great job!!!

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    1. Thanks. Yes, you are right about non-quilters not knowing the time and effort that goes into these quilts.

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  4. I agree... not this quilt... as it's beautiful... but another in it's place is still fantastic!

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  5. Very attractive quilt! Thanks for posting to your blog.

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  6. Thanks for taking the picture for me.

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  7. It is beautiful!!!! Good decision to keep it; I know a LOT of time and talent went into its making.

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  8. I think it will be a nice quilt for one of the grandsons one day. Thanks for stopping by.

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