Monday, July 4, 2011

Happy Independence Day!!




36 comments:

  1. What beautiful quilts!! I love that they're all so different and all wonderful!! Have a fun Independence Day!!

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  2. Thanks for sharing your great quilts!

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  3. Great quilts Lori and Happy 4th to you.

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  4. Happy Independence Day to you, too! Love that last quilt in particular.

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  5. What beautiful quilts! Have a woderful holiday!

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  6. Happy Independence Day! to you Lori! Majestic quilts befitting the holiday and of course one which is whimsical!

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  7. Very patriotic! Have a happy and safe 4th.

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  8. Thanks for showing your patriotic quilts! I know you have lots more. I wish I could see all mine today, but I do have one tiny American flag quilt in the camper that I received from Love (ijustlovetoquilt.blogspot.com).

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  9. Nice collection of quilting Americana! Happy 4th!

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  10. Wonderful quilts! Happy 4th to you!

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  11. Love looking at your wonderful collection of Americana holiday quilts. Have a happy 4th.

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  12. Oh, Lori, all each and everyone. You always show the BEST patriotic quilts.

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  13. Happy 4th Lori - we are celebrating too as it is my youngest's birthday - 11 years old today!

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  14. Lori Happy Independence day to you. Lovely display of quilts.

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  15. Such beautiful quilts..perfect for today!! Have a good one!
    P

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  16. Happy 4th, I love all your patriotic pieces, the string star is wonderful

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  17. Same to you, Lori! Love the quilts.

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  18. Thanks for sharing these beautiful quilts. I think I'm partial to the string star. Enjoy the holiday!

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  19. Wow! love those patriotic beauties! Great job.

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  20. Happy 4th of July to you too! Thanks for the quilt show, they are beauties!

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  21. Happy 4th to you! I love the quilt on the table a lot.

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  22. Beautiul quilts every one of them. Happy 4th.

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  23. Such great quilts Lori! Your GW quilt is outstanding!

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  24. Love your new header! But I really love that 4 block string star quilt! How fun is that! Happy 4th!

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  25. Lori, I just love these quilts! You are showing your patriotism, for sure! I especially like the medallion one with George Washington in the center.

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  26. Wonderful tributes to our fi e country! Lori, see you tomorrow!! Pam

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  27. Happy 4th, Lori! What gorgeous quilts!! Love the one on the table!!

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  28. Thanks for sharing the red white and blue patriotic quilts with your blog readers.

    Donna K. from N. TX @ http://www.quiltingbeargal.blogspot.com

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  29. Happy 4th! I love the string star. Would you mind sharing the pattern info. It's beautiful.

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  30. Hi Lori, Happy Independence Day. You certainly have a beautiful collection of patriotic quilts.

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  31. Love all your patriotic quilts & stitchery!

    Hope your 4th was a good one.

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  32. What a fabulous collection!!
    Hope you had a great weekend and thanks for sharing.

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  33. a great post Lori~!!~i especially like the last one but your home is full of the stars and stripes and oh so very charming~!

    :-)
    libbyQ

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  34. The book looks interesting! Little quilts are so much fun, especially 4-patch and 9-patch. Thanks for sharing!

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  35. Lori, your string star quilt "table topper" is that your own pattern? or from which book? thanks

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