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Traditional Double Wedding Ring Quilt

When I was 14, my grandmother began to teach me how to create a double wedding ring quilt in the old fashioned way and we talked about why fabrics were chosen and how it was put together.  The colors that were used meant something to each person that the quilt was for.  Usually, they were made from clothing and bits and pieces of items that the bride to be's family would have collected over the years just for this reason.  Fabrics like dresses, pinafores, jackets, scarves and fine clothing that they put away in chests to keep for such an...

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Quilts for Pulse Charity Drive

Orlando Modern Quilt Guild The Orlando Modern Quilt Guild is collecting quilts and blocks for the victims of the shooting at Pulse nightclub on June 12, and MQG members around the world are invited to participate. The goal is to gather enough quilts to help not only the victims who survived, but the families of victims who perished, as well as first responders, nurses, police officers, etc. The Orlando MQG is asking for a minimum of 102 quilts — one for each survivor, and one for the families of each victim who perished. Any quilts that surpass that number will be given to first responders, and...

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My Blog and Handmade Items

Heiringbone Quilt Top, waiting to be Quilted Rail and Fence Quilt Top, waiting to be Quilted Hilton T-Shirt Quilt Brockport T-Shirt Quilt Wedding Signature Quilt   Toddler Rag Quilt - so colorful!

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