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Thursday, May 10, 2012


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My 4 yr old son was the recipient of a small quilty I made for his pup tent...aka man cave :)


I have yet to make a quilt for a man. I have made my dad golf club covers and golf towel holders. I have fabric to make my husband and me a bed quilt in not TOO girly colors (LOL). I bought boy fabric to make a quilt for my great nephew when the sonogram said it was a boy. The next sonogram said it was a girl, and she is. We've made fleece blankets for the granddads. Never a quilt, though! This would be great inspiration! Thanks for offering this!

Sandy N

I actually made a quilt for myself. Is that wrong?! Lol! Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)


I honestly can't remember the last man I made a quilt for-probably my dad but I did make a pillow for Quilt Dad in the PTS and it was like a little quilt.

Beth Friend

Other than baby boy quilts, the last 'man' quilt I made was for the DH. That quilt is trashed ( dogs, husband, wrestling, playing...) maybe he needs a new one. A much needed book.

Leslie S. in MN

The last one I made for a man was one for my son. It was made with the drunkard's path block, all in batiks. My current project is for my brother. It's a quilt-as-you-go using a log cabin style block. It was a tute from Penny at SewTakeaHike. It is turning out really cute. I think I have to make one for myself!

Dorothy Smietana

I made a rag quilt for my husband and he really loves it. He even picked out the fabrics for it.


I made a quilt for my son a few years ago, and now I need to make another because he has grown too tall for it!


I haven't made any quilts for males yet. I've been wanting to make one for my son, but finding styles for guys has been hard. Perhaps this book will get me on the right track?


I made a quilt for my father in law. What a great book!


The last "man" I made a quilt for was a new baby boy! Thanks!


I made a raggy lap quilt for my hubby - it was made from cut up checked flannel shirts - (we call them Checkabanas here in Australia).
I have 3 little boys all wanting their own quilts now so your book would be great for ideas.


I made a quilt for my husband. He loves it because it doesn't have any flowers on it!

Barb in MI

The last one was a wedding quilt for my cousin. I followed the "Made In Cherry QA" and used Hometown fabric - and hope he loves the end result as much as I do. Thanks for a chance!

lisa deering

Last November I made a quilt for my son's 33rd birthday. I used Stonehenge greys for the focus blocks and the other blocks were made from lots of other fabrics in browns, greens, blues and tans ----all colors that would hide the dirt! He rides motorcycles so the I chose a pattern that looks like a lot of wheels running into each other. Wish I could send you a photo!

D. Brown

I made a quilt for my brother to keep on his boat. I called it "Dog Overboard" since he takes his dog, Joey, on his boat with.


A quilt to acknowledge my son's retirement from the Air Force after serving 22 years in active duty was the last quilt made for a man.

Pattern came from your website, Pat.

Judy S

As a retirement gift for an RCMP officer, I made a denim rag quilt......he's a fisherman, loves to be outdoors kind of person so I made him a quilt that would be USED!

Karen capitolaquilter

I just finished a Dr Seuss Sparkle Punch baby quilt and it was for a boy - if that counts... otherwise I'd have to say the brown/green/blue improv block quilt for my nieces boyfriend in September. I designed and sewed the top then she used it to learn to FMQ - she did awesome and it turned out great.


The last man I made a quilt for was a good friend who retired from my work place. Sure do miss him.




I made my dad a drunkards' path quilt and my brother-in-law an owl quilt this past Christmas. :) Thanks for the chance to win -- this book looks awesome!


I haven't made a quilt for a man yet, but hope to make one for my son and son-in-law.


Don't know that I've ever made a quilt specifically for a man. I've made one for "us". And my husband made one for himself once (extra-long length).


The last "man" quilt I made was for my son -

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