Saturday, March 20, 2010

It's National Quilt Day

 1. Tokyo International Quilt Festival, 2. Munki Munki Quilt top finished, 3. sunny tied quilt, 4. bento box, 5. tiny ticker tape, 6. Georgia's Quilt, 7. Half Hexagon Quilt, 8. Scrappy log cabin quilt: Front, 9. vintage inspired quilt, 10. This End Up quilt, 11. a neapolitan zig zag baby quilt, 12. Halloween Quilt, 13. double hourglass~ the quilt top!, 14. The Color Block Quilt, 15. scrap-quilt, 16. Ticker Tape Quilt, 17. merry minnie muu doll quilt, 18. Ben's Quilt Top, 19. Quilt for the crib, 20. Plain Spoken Quilt, 21. Colour Wheel Quilt, 22. Hexagon Baby Quilt, 23. Spotted Quilt Top, 24. ava coin quilt, 25. Birds & Blooms baby quilt

Happy National Quilt Day!
(No, I did not make up this holiday.)

I am off to pay this holiday the respect it is due.

12 comments:

  1. I know you didn't make this up...it's pre-marked on my quilty calendar just like "thanksgiving" or 'veteran's day'!

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  2. Yes, aren't you glad there is a holiday devoted just to us quilters? Gives us a ton of excuses to hold up near our sewing machines and pay no attention to everyone else! You go girl! Oh and by the way, I love the quilt mosaic. All beautiful!

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  3. Great collage..and have fun paying the holiday the respect it's due!

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  4. Hurray for wonderful quilts! Happy Quilt Day - may you have time to sew :)

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  5. Pretty Pretty. Off to do some holiday shopping myself :o)

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  6. I think the best way to pay proper homage to this wonderful day is to do a little shopping. And then a little sewing.

    So I'm off to celebrate...

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  7. What an inspiring selection! Thank you!

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  8. I love your collection of photos!

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  9. Up here at Rae Ann's cabin there is intermitten Internet, so I am now just getting caught up on blogs. You've been a busy lady. Love the Ireland quilt and story. And I'm happy to see you have given National Quilt Day it's honor.

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  10. My husband asked if I'd made the holiday up too LOL! And thanks for including one of my quilts in the mosaic!! :)

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