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Friday, May 18, 2012

BLOGGERS’ QUILT FESTIVAL

 

http://amyscreativeside.com/2012/05/18/bloggers-quilt-festival-spring-2012/

There is so much excitement all over blogland about Amy's Bloggers’ Quilt Festival.  I was going to enter, then I wasn’t, and well, now here I am….

The quilt I am showing is “But Granma, Where’s the Quad?” made for my grandson last Christmas. 

Front…

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And back….

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I had lots of help from my friends in collecting all the fabrics for this quilt.  If you would like to know more about the details of the fabrics, size etc.  you can see them on my blog post here.

I’m off to check out all the other lovely quilts in the festival. Click on the link at the top of the page to check them out too.

Janet

39 comments:

  1. I love this one! great boy quilt! The back is snazzy!!!!

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  2. My 2yr old grandson would love it!

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  3. The perfect quilt for a grand son, very fun!!
    Have a great day.
    Always, Queenie

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  4. Oh what a PeRFecT quilt for a little man! He'll spend lots of hours imagining riding /playing with it! :)

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  5. What a great quilt to enter Janet. I love the bike on the back.....

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  6. What a fun idea - I went to see the post about it, too. All of the details that make it special to you will make special memories for him later, I'm sure! Fabulous quilt!

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  7. What a fun quilt, Janet! I'm sure your grandson must adore this!

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  8. What a great quilt!!! And is that the quad on the back - so creative :)

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  9. Oh, wow! That is cool - love the header and footer panels!

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  10. ..ditto. Those panels frame the quilt wonderfully.

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  11. haha! I love the name - so cute! I bet your grandson will treasure this - it's lovely!

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  12. Great quilt. I'm pretty sure your grandson loves it! Awesome name,too.

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  13. What a fun quilt!! I bet you have fun playing Ispy with your grandson.

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  14. Oh, it just screams "boy", I bet he loves it!

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  15. What a perfect entry - a quilt for your grandson - can hardly wait to start making quilts for the grandchildren we now have coming! You're one of my inspirations!

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  16. Fun quilt!

    Check out my blog if you can...

    Margaret Gunn
    www.quiltsoflove.blogspot.com

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  17. Oh - how wonderful quilt! You were lucky to find so many lovely fabrics with vehicles and those panels are so fun! x Teje

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  18. Great quilt you entered in the festival...thanks for stopping by to comment on mine....lol;I had to laugh when you said you can't imagine making one twice. I sell them; so I repeat patterns quite often...it can get tedious depending on the pattern though.

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  19. This is an adorable quilt! It just screams FUN!! Love it! Best wishes on your knee recovery...

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  20. I bet your grandson LOVES this! I'm so glad you entered it :)

    Wishing you a speedy recovery,

    --Jennifer (enchanted bobbin)

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  21. It's a great quilt, I bet he was thrilled with it.

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  22. Such a fun quilt, perfect for a boy! I bet it was fun collecting all the fabric for this quilt. The border fabrics are absolutely perfect!

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  23. What a fun quilt. Love the back too!

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  24. I love this quilt!!! My most favorite part is the motorcycle on the backing!! Completely made me smile!!!!

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  25. Oh that is such a fun quilt!! Love the name too :)

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  26. Great job, such a great boy quilt.

    Thanks for visiting and commenting.

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  27. What a delightful boy's quilt! I'm sure it is well loved.

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  28. What a great quilt for a boy ( and I can imagine a girly one too). Hmmmm, it gives me ideas. Thanks for sharing.

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  29. What a great boy quilt, the fabrics are awesome, and the roads on the back are fabulous!

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  30. superbe réalisation vraiment pour un garçon ,félicitation

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  31. This is so fun! I never get over yummy transportation prints, and I especially like that you found ones with varying scales. Kind of an I spy thing! I think my favorites are the hot air balloons.

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  32. Oh how cute! My son would love this quilt! Great pattern, too. Thanks for sharing!

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  33. I saw a person riding a quad just the other day and right away I thought of you...I wouldn't even have known what it was without your coaching. Still love this finish!

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  34. What a fun quilt! I'm sure your grandson loves it!

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  35. darling quilt. love i-spy type quilts. think they're such a wonderful thing for children--and adults. years ago i made a quilt top with doubles of every fabric and hemmed it. my daughter uses it as a table cloth and lots of time is spent talking about it, gramma making it :), and where the matching pieces are. she covered it with a plastic piece so it stays nice longer with six kiddos!! thanks for sharing and have a great day

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  36. Hi,
    I liked your blog and I personally invite you to join http://www.coollectors.com - The World's Free Collectors Zone.
    We will also be happy to cooperate with your blog such as adding its link to our site.
    All the best,
    Diane
    info@coollectors.com

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