Monday, June 17, 2013

Summer Kick Off

This photo makes me a bit dizzy! Flag Day is always a good time to get out my patriotic and red, white and blue quilts for summer. The banister makes a good holding place until I can get them changed up around the house.

More.....more...more. I admit I make/have  a lot of patriotic quilts and other decor.
All ready for company! We'll keep the light on for ya'!!

43 comments:

  1. I'll be right over! What a delight to see all of the gorgeous quilts.

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  2. It looks wonderful! Love it!

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  3. It's fun to pull out a collection of quilts. You have some beautiful patriotic red, white and blue quilts.

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  4. I have been looking for a quilt pattern to use up some scraps & I think that star string quilt is just the perfect one! Don't you just love the 4th of July and all the colors for the holiday? Thanks for sharing your collection with us!!!

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  5. Looks beautiful, and warm, and welcoming. What great quilts. Mine are in the basement somewhere. Maybe I can find them by the 4th of July.
    Happy summer

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  6. Wow, what a lovely display of quilts! I so wish QNM still did their "At Home With Quilts" feature, your display would have been perfect for it.

    Question the top most sampler quilt on the bed in the last picture: is there a pattern for that one or is it one of your originals or an antique?

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  7. madre mía!!!!! cuantos y que guapos
    felicidades
    saludos

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  8. Fun! Since you're expecting company, does that mean Dolly and I are on the list of visitors? We love to visit quilting pals! LOL

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  9. What a wonderful variety of quilts.

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  10. What a WONDERFUL collection of quilts!

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  11. I soooo wish I was your nabour right now. I could come over and "hjelp" with the gorgeouse quiltcollection you have.

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  12. Lori, they are a beautiful collection.

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  13. I hope to visit that little ol room sometime in the future.
    Great patriotic quilts.

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  14. Wow - what a great selection of Americana!

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  15. Who wouldn't want to come and "sleep" with the quilt. Love them all!!

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  16. Wow. Love that photo of them on the bed. Stunning collection.

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  17. Wow. Love that photo of them on the bed. Stunning collection.

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  18. We are so busy "claiming" our blogs--I want to claim that room! : )

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  19. I love love love the patriotic. The wall quilt in the guest room is a favorite of mine. But, how to choose a favorite when they are all amazing?!!

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  20. So many gorgeous quilts!! They make for great pictures!

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  21. Lori - After seeing your great collection of Americana quilts displayed so nicely, we REALLY need to see your entire house - I can tell that it's just wonderful! Home tours are one of my very favorite things - especially when it's a quilter's home!

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  22. Wonderful variety of patriotic quilts, I need to make more for the seasons, love the idea of changing them out.

    Debbie

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  23. Is next week too soon for company??? VBG LOVE all the red/white/blue quilts!!

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  24. Beautiful quilts!!! They certainly make a room look cosy, especially a guest room!!!!

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  25. Oh I'm jealous! When I see pics like yours, I know why I just keep on quilting. Some day my kids will grow up and move out leaving me guest rooms to fill up with lovely quilts.:)

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  26. Fantastic collection! Love the hand prints.

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  27. Love, love, love them!! I've been seeing string stars in my future!! And that medallion quilt - ooo, la, la!!! Thanks for sharing!! So very lovely!!

    Blessings

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  28. It looks wonderful at your place. Love every single quilt. Be careful leaning over the bannister.

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  29. Beautiful quilts.
    They look lovely hanging over the bannister.

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  30. I'd love to come and stay!! Looks very inviting!

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  31. I love patriotic quilts too and you have many gorgeous ones!

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  32. Great collection of patriotic quilts! The guest room looks so inviting.

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  33. The picture looking down the stairs makes me dizzy! Love love all those patriotic quilts. Which is your most favorite one?

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  34. You have reached the master level with all your beautiful quilts!! I love seeing them organized and piled here and there. It kind of makes you want to dive right into bed and pull them up to your chin. Did you make the red and white chain quilt? If so, machine or hand quilting? I love the look of a two color quilt but boy does it get boring to make. I should just read back because I think I remember that quilt getting made and probably made a similar comment at the time.

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  35. Lori, I love ALL your quilts and decor, especially the patriotic colored ones. That's sweet of you to leave the light on!!!

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  36. So fun to see your Americana quilts! Gorgeous! You said you'll leave the light on... be right over! (Me and everyone else who's drooling over that guest room!)

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  37. Every area is as charming as can be. Love that guest room. You could easily charge rent, just for folks to sit in there and soak up the quilty vibes.
    You have a wonderful collection of quilts, Lori.

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  38. Wow...that guest room looks SO inviting! One of these days I will make it there! I can't believe it has been a whole year since our fun trip to Vermont (Sven's birthplace), New Hampshire and New Jersey! Hi to UK Sue and Barb V.! XOX

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