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Wednesday, December 19, 2012


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Nan Ellsworth

Is it too late to post for a chance to win? I love the airplane motif quilt I made for my husband. He had a 22 year Air Force career working on airplanes. The quilt only gets used by him when he's a bit under the weather.


Currently, mine is a blue and gold log cabin. It's sofa quilt size, but I've been pulling it over my feet and legs when I sleep and it is so warm! My cat loves it too.

Pam Duxbury

The first quilt I made completely by hand is my favorite, I learned a whole lot of what to do and what not to do.


My favorite quilt is the T-shirt quilt that I made for my son when he graduated from high school 4 1/2 years ago. It includes t-shirts from pre-kindergarten through his senior year of high school.


I completed two doll quilts for my twin 3 year old great nieces. They seemed to really like them along with their new dolls and the vintage doll playpen I have been saving for them. These were just 9 patch quilts in a simple setting, but it was the thrill on their faces when they saw their Christmas present that is what made it so special.

Judy Hampton

My favorite quilt was a king size log cabin with patriotic fabric and the design was a flag. It was. A class, more years back then I can remember, that I took and both my kids want it, so I am going to make another as soon as I can find the pattern, LOL.

edith brockmann

My favorite quilt is the one with the crasy blocks I made for my oldest daugther it´s on her bed (also I am every day with her,she is living near the university now)

Amy Roth

My current favorite quilt is my "monkey quilt." It's made up of snowball and churn dash blocks with 5 big monkeys appliqued on top! I just love the monkeys. Some have vests, some have trousers & suspenders, and buttons for the eyes. It's just TOO cute! I'm finally going to quilt it here in the next couple weeks!

Wanda Myers

My current favorite quilt is the one I just finished for my granddaughter! It's a square in a square done in bright batiks!

donna russ

My favorite quilt is a very colorful quilt,the pattern had a lot of different sized of retangles that went together to form the block it was fun to make but still needs quilting.thanks Pat for all the things you do...Happy New Year

Lois in Wyoming

I made a king size Lone Star quilt out of batiks. In the large empty sections of the quilt were smaller stars that looked like spinning pinwheels. It was dark blue, green, brown and gold. It was sure hard to send that off to the recipient! But I was tickled when he sent a thank you that said they loved it! Well worth the effort.


I haven't finished a quilt (yet) ... so I can't say I have a favorite


Whatever I'm working on at the moment... but my favorite of all is the Double Wedding Ring quilt that my DH's husband made for us when we got married. All hand pieced & quilted, it's a treasure for sure.


My favorite one right now is one that I made using an older line of Urban Chics fabric that I had a bundle of in my stash. I used a pattern called Sparkling Stars and I love the end result. Just have to layer quilt and bind. I am thinking of entering it in our 2013 county fair.


I just finished a teal and brown queen quilt for my daughter for the holiday using a fat quarter pattern which I call Turf n Surf with the Shadow Song. She has just redone her bed-room in these earth and water tones. She was so blown away by the total surprise!

Shelley C

I made matching string quilts for one of my daughters and her best friend for graduation about 5 yrs ago. I used telephone book paper for the foundation and made rectangle blocks so the design comes out in diamonds. My daughter's had a blue strip in the middle, her friend's a red..they are beautiful.

Gay Wehrman

My favorite quilt I made was a king size black and white quilt with colorful hexagonal style flowers.

Amy C

My favourite quilt was my stash buster log cabin - I made 42 blocks in a monochromatic theme for each block but it became a rainbowy quilt. I sold it to the first person who saw it at work and I wasn't even planning to sell it!!! amycav at hotmail dot com

Anne Rita

My favourite quilt is a winter themed quilt that I designed myself. I am holding on to the scraps, I can't seem to spend them all. I am hoping to make Christmas stocking for the family of them.


Diannia McDonald

My favorite quilt actually turned into 5! I started with a giant star in the middle and added the University of Iowa Hawkeye symbol in the four corners. That turned out so nice I made two more Hawkeye ones, a Chicago Cubs one and a Michigan one. All are queen sized and I started the first of October and finished Christmas Eve. Now I am taking the leftovers and making a baby sized Iowa one and a Michigan one for their sons.

diane i

I have a scrappy star quilt that goes to football games to watch my son, then back to the sofa to keep my toes warm while I'm watching tv with my family. Its a quilt that everybody covers up with while watching tv. It was a scrappy challenge so I actually finished it but I would like to do some quilting on it.


My favorite quilt is a purple spiderweb work in progress for my daughter.


my favorite quilt so far is my paper-pieced Cosmati Rings II, it looks awesome!

Diane Kennedy

My favorite quilt is a monochrome orange of rectangles and squares. I just love all that juicy citrus color!

Kimberly Erpelding

My favorite quilt that I have made was a BOM in red and white. Not quite finished with border, but that is goal for 2013.

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