Monday, November 26, 2012

Getting Ready


Is there such a thing as decorating with too many quilts?

56 comments:

  1. Fantastic! The more the better! Your holiday display is perfect.

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  2. Absolutely not! How beautiful.

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  3. ...there can never be enough quilts!

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  4. I asked myself that recently, too. Your quilts look wonderful! So I guess not!

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  5. You can never have too many quilts! Next year I make some for me!

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  6. NEVER!!!!!! And you have some beauties there!!
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  7. Nope, not for me .... the more, the merrier!

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  8. No! :o) And yours are gorgeous! What a display!

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  9. Oh my goodness - what beautiful quilts! I have really slacked off decorating with quilts the last few years but your post is so motivating. I have it on my list for tonight, while dinner is cooking, I WILL get out my Christmas quilts and display them this year. Thanks for the push :)

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  10. No!! Never, but if you continue to feel that way you can send some my way. ;)

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  11. Love them all!!! I'm inspired!

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  12. Never, never, never!! Love those red & white ones!! What a beautiful way to display them!!

    Blessings

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  13. Definitely not!! You have such wonderful quilts - I love them hanging over the railing :0)

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  14. Too many quilts? Heavens NO!!!
    I hope you post your cozy Christmas creations
    when you are done decorating, looks like it's gonna be terrific.

    Happy Sewing

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  15. Definitely not! They are so beautiful displayed in your home. Cozy and nice!

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  16. No!!! Can't have to many quilts ever.

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  17. Love them, nothing like a bannister to display beautiful quilts..

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  18. Are you kidding? Shame on you for even asking such a question, Lori! : )
    Your display is lovely. I've got the railing--now I need more red/white quilts.

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  19. Never too many, A FEAST FOR THE EYE..............

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  20. oh they look so wonderful , never too many!
    I see two I may just need to make funny I have a book out that has one of them , the antique and a pattern for it!
    I love that red and white one you made recently it is so stunning
    thanks for sharing
    kathie

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  21. Never! There is no such thing!
    Beautiful!

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  22. Well, if you feel you have too many to decorate with, send a few my way! You can't have too many. I haven't pulled out my Christmas decorating quilts yet. Wonder how many I have.

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  23. It's a dream of mine to have so many as you!

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  24. Absolutely NOT! The more the better, especially when they are as pretty as yours.

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  25. never too many quilts especially red & white!

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  26. Of course not. Especially when you have such an amazing collection. :-)

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  27. Oh, my gosh! Give me your address, I'm getting on a plane! jk, don't worry ;) Wow, that's all I can say.

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  28. Not if the quilts are as lovely as these. The pictures make me wish my banister was longer.

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  29. Gorgeous display! I can't believe how many red quilts you have. Amazing!

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  30. No such thing as too many quilts Lori. Your's are just gorgeous. I just wish I had such a great bannister to display on. O but I'd also need to make the quilts to display lol.

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  31. Eeek, what a lovely view, I need a new house so I can display like that.

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  32. What a wonderful collection of reds there! Not too many at all - and they invite closer inspection when layered like that don't they?
    Every Stitch

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  33. Too many quilts?!?! Never heard of such a thing!!

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  34. What? Too many quilts? Never! I feel you need more quilts! Just sayin. I have a balcony too, and I love to display quilts hanging over the balcony for my enjoyment in the kitchen below. Your red and white double Irish chain is on my list to make someday. They are all lovely!

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  35. Yes, please send some of those to me. ;) No! They are gorgeous and I am jealous!!!!

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  36. There are never too many quilts. My friend, Cynthia, has a home with the upstairs railing just covered with quilts. It's awesome. Yours is lovely.

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  37. I'd be willing to take some of them off your hands, Lori... you really don't want a cluttered house, do you? :-)

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  38. Lovely quilts...no way there are too many...just like hooked rugs...always room for one more...

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  39. NEVER! You have a fantastic collection gathered there Lori.

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  40. never!!! Love your collection -

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  41. nonononononono I love the landing picture

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  42. That old book looks incredible. Is it an old family bible?

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  43. Never too many quilts!! Yours look wonderful.
    Here's to a happy holiday season ;-)

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  44. No such thing as too many quilts. I often say that it looks like a quilt threw up in my livingroom. I'm giving away my piano and have been dreaming of what I can put in its place that will hold yet more quilts.

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  45. No. You can't have too many quilts! Can't wait to see the results of your decorating.

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  46. Never enough quilts, I love your collection.

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  47. Maybe a nonquilter, non seamstress would think you had too many quilts, but not the rest of us.
    Quilt on! and decorate, decorate, decorate!
    BTW--love the quilt in your header. Simple and sweet. How large are the snowball blocks and 9-patches?

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  48. Oh yea definately you have too many, uh especially the pomegranate quilt that should come live in Florida with me!!!!!!!Whooo hoooooo. No seriously you're surrounded by things that make you happy and are beautiful!!!

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