Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Add Your Cheddar Cheese & Cracker Quilt!



It's quilt show time! Here is the original vintage quilt that we loved so much. Please add the link to the post on your blog, not your blog address. We want your quilt to be easy to find. If you aren't finished that's OK, post it anyway.
If you don't have a blog please send me a photo and I'll post it.

I'll have this open for a week to show us your quilt, then I'll have a few random prizes!!

19 comments:

  1. I think I did that right? :0) I can't wait to see all the other quilts!

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  2. Hi Lori!
    you did it, great job - it's going to be so fun to see all the wonderful doll quilts that you inspired. Thanks for organizing such a fun new year event.

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  3. I loved this project so much that I ended up making 2 but have only posted the first. I'm in the process of quilting them by hand so haven't finished yet. Anytime you're up for a new project count me in. You did a fabulous job.

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  4. I have checked out the four links currently listed and will be back to check more later. You inspired several people to make their version. Your quilting looks so good on yours!

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  5. What fun this was! It's the first time I've been part of a group making the same quilt, and I finished it! I really want to make another version, different colors or larger scale. Hopefully it won't take me too long to get other things done so I can get back to this cheddar delight.

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  6. I didn't make one of these, but I am so inspired by all who shared theirs! Thank you, all of you! Louise

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  7. Thanks so much Lori, I've added my link to my unfinished but in progress quilt. I'm going to love seeing them all.

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  8. Great job Lori - still having fun with this project and enjoying seeing the other versions.

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  9. Hi Lori, thanks for sharing everybody's quilts. I am really enjoying looking at them all! Sue-Anne

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  10. Thanks so much for sharing this project Lori, and for posting a quick way to see everyone's quilts. You did a wonderful job on the instructions.
    This was so much fun it's got me wanting to do other small quilts! :)

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  11. It's been fun watching this quilt grow all over blogland.

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  12. Mine is not yet done, still working on the quilting...thank you again so much for sharing this pattern with all of us!

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  13. This was such a fun project to watch materialize over the last few weeks! (I would have been tempted to join in if I hadn't been traveling.) The results are wonderful!

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  14. Lori,

    What was the size of the original quilt and where did it come from? I have been quilting all day on mine as I watch the snow fall here in Washington, DC.

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  15. The additional quilting made a huge difference and I think was well worth the time - really love this "big" little quilt!

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  16. Hope to update with my "finished" piece soon. Ever so close...

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  17. ...wahhhh...I wish I had done one too!! These are all great!!

    I sooo 'heart' cheddar!

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  18. Hi Lori! I have fallen in love with this quilt but I want to make it bigger. Would you mind posting the size of the blocks and finished size of the original quilt. Thanks! Susan

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  19. I am well behind everyone, but I have started one too - at
    http://viridian61.blogspot.com/2010/03/new-little-project.html

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