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One day when I have time and get better at sewing I will make this! I love quilts.

One day when I have time and get better at sewing I will make this! I love quilts.

Paper Dolls
I am in the process of making this amazing quilt and loving every minute of it!!

Paper Dolls I am in the process of making this amazing quilt and loving every minute of it!!

i've been wanting to make this quilt forever.  it's my version of this quilt in my favorites that I admire to pieces: www.flickr.com/photos/storyquilt/3138695318/in/faves-nana...

i've been wanting to make this quilt forever. it's my version of this quilt in my favorites that I admire to pieces: www.flickr.com/photos/storyquilt/3138695318/in/faves-nana...

this is such a cute quilt--would love the pattern but it was a BOM and I can't find anything about it on the Bunny Hill site by Happy Zombie, via Flickr

this is such a cute quilt--would love the pattern but it was a BOM and I can't find anything about it on the Bunny Hill site by Happy Zombie, via Flickr

No more cold tea in my french press !  The pattern for my French Press Cozy is published in Lark Books "Pretty Little Cozies".

No more cold tea in my french press ! The pattern for my French Press Cozy is published in Lark Books "Pretty Little Cozies".

Beautiful! The description card says, Crazy Quilt 1883-1893 - Silk, cotton, wool, and linen, pieced and embroidered with silk and cotton threads - Crazy quilts, which emerged after 1850, were usually composed of small, irregular-shaped fragments of silk, wool, and other fragments pieced together. The seams were then embroidered using a variety of stitches. They acquired the name crazy quilts because of the strong colors and busy, confusing nature of their designs, typi

Beautiful! The description card says, Crazy Quilt 1883-1893 - Silk, cotton, wool, and linen, pieced and embroidered with silk and cotton threads - Crazy quilts, which emerged after 1850, were usually composed of small, irregular-shaped fragments of silk, wool, and other fragments pieced together. The seams were then embroidered using a variety of stitches. They acquired the name crazy quilts because of the strong colors and busy, confusing nature of their designs, typi

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