Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Happy Independence Day!

I love to decorate patriotic so 4th of July is my favorite holiday! 
Here's a quick peek around my house.

 The little quilt on the left was designed as a sew-along by Pam Buda and the one on the right was given to me by my friend Laurie.
 Randy and I did this as a sewalong. You can still find the directions on the blog.



I treasure this little signature quilt that a few readers made for me. 

My husband got this poster from ebay and the frame at a thrift store and gave this me a few Christmases ago. I love it and the work he went through to find it all and assemble it.

 I haven't made any dolls in awhile, but she is one of my favorites.
I got this trunk years and years ago (not quite antique or vintage!) but I just love it. It sits at my entry way and it's a good place to hide stuff, but still have it easy to get to.

I'm hoping to do some sewing today. I hope you get to relax, enjoy family, food and summer!

Happy Independence Day!

21 comments:

  1. Thanks for the tour. Takes me back to my visit a few years ago.

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  2. Your house looks so nice all decorated for the 4th! Have a great day!

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  3. Beautiful quilts and decorations. Happy Independence Day!

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  4. Your quilts are so beautiful. Happy 4th of July. Hugs

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  5. Love your patriotic quilt display. The trunk is a wonderful find. Love it. Happy Independence Day to you and your family.

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  6. Your quilts are beautiful !
    Happy 4th of July Lori !

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  7. I love how you decorate your home, just beautiful and wonderful quilts!
    Happy 4th of July! Hugs, Rina.

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  8. Love all the decor! I can't believe we did that sewalong in 2013! So glad you put the year in!!
    I need to find where I put mine! VBG
    Have a great day.
    hope to see you next week!

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  9. Love to see your decorations! I feel the same way. I've done some quilting and some un-quilting! We'll be with our son & grandson today and then fire works in our culdesac.

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  10. What beautiful displays! I love the fun touch of the Raggedy Ann in the bucket! How thoughtful of your husband to pay attention to what you love and then find something special! Enjoy your Independence Day! (I also love that you can display these items for Memorial Day, Flag Day and Independence Day. I keep saying that I am going to spend a whole year making patriotic items! )

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  11. The eagle quilt is my favorite. I always enjoy seeing your patriotic pieces on display. You have some very good ones....my kind of style.

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  12. Thanks for sharing your decor. A favorite time of mine to decorate, too, but I haven't put out much this year, so I especially enjoyed yours!

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  13. What a fun share! Love your patriotic quilts...happy independence day!

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  14. A lovely display. Love your stars ans stripes flag quilt is designed. Happy Stitching.

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  15. Thanks for the tour! Especially like the applique quilt with the large bird in the corner.

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  16. I love seeing your quilts and how you decorate with them. It’s all very pretty. Hugs,

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  17. You have some amazing patriotic displays--the trunk is beautiful--great find! Love it all!!!

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  18. So many beautiful and special patriotic items! Besides the quilts--love the trunk, and the doll, and special poster---everything. Hope you had a wonderful day.

    lizzy

    lizzzz.d@gmail.com

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  19. great displays but that trunk! wow I LOVE it too. Great find

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  20. p.s.
    I haven't made a doll in a while either - this one is adorable!!

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  21. Love all your patriotic decorations. Thanks for sharing.

    Charlotte

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