Family Bethlehem Star quilt

Family Bethlehem Star quilt

Thursday, November 8, 2012

A Little Quilt

Taryn over at Repro Quilt Lover is having a very fun giveaway and links to a quilt show featuring little quilts. She is on a Cheddar Role and offering the most wonderful cheddar fabric and a sweet little quilt - be sure to visit all the links!

This is my entry for the show - a favorite little quilt that I made for the 2011 Christmas gift exchange in our quilt history study group - Liberty Ladies. My friend, Geri, now owns it...

 
 Enjoy your visit to the quilt show!


16 comments:

  1. What a darling little quilt! It looks so beautiful.

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  2. love your little quilt! How fun of Taryn to organize this little show!

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  3. This is a very pretty little quilt, nice job on it too!

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  4. An adorable little quilt!! Geri is very blessed to be the owner!!

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  5. Love your quilt, it looks small what sizes are the blocks

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  6. Love your little quilt and so happy to find your blog. I love your work.

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  7. Very cute! It sure has been fun seeing all the variety to little quilts.

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  8. Found your blog through Taryn's link. I have enjoyed reading your current and older posts! Such great reflections on travelling back roads and taking notice of what nature gives us with each changing of the season. Love the little quilt you submitted for all of us to see! I'm coming back to visit your blog often!

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  9. That is so sweet and what a fun idea to have a little quilt show. Hope you are enjoying the fall weather.

    Nana

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  10. Oh my, now I want to post a little quilt! No wonder I can't seem to get anything done!

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  11. Very cute quilt. How big is it? I love the colors too.

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  12. I really love this - the colours and the small blocks - well done!! Geri is a very lucky person!!

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  13. hi pat, that is a very beautiful little quilt, i am often inspired to quilt, but can't seem to put down my knitting needles!
    what great alaskan adventures you must have had! how wonderful for you you have family there. i hope to return someday, i really love it there.
    thank you very much for the kind words, i appreciate them! and it's so nice to meet you!

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  14. Sawtooth stars are one of my favorite blocks and I love your little quilt!

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