Monday, November 7, 2011

Next Destination - Colorado


The two flag quilts are bound, labeled, laundered, and making their way to Colorado, so Alycia can distribute them to the Wounded Warriors at Fort Carson.


This one was quilted by Julie B. (Ogden, UT) 


Julie used some swirls around the large star, a small meander inside the star and a feathery plume on the stripes.


This one was quilted by Nita V. (Ogden, UT). Nita used an all-over star pantograph on the quilt.


Both quilts crinkled beautifully after they were washed and dried. 

I am very thankful for the generosity of Julie and Nita, who volunteered to do the longarm quilting on these two Quilts of Valor.


12 comments:

  1. The quilting is beautiful on both quilts! Nice job, everyone.

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  2. Stunning. I'm glad my husband isn't in the office though... he'd love those!

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  3. Beautiful quilts and a worthy destination. I know they will be loved by the recipients!

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  4. WooHoo, they really turned out nice. You did a great job.

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  5. Beautiful quilts! Sometimes I'm sorry I never learned to quilt.

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  6. I love when quilts crinkle like that...do you know what does it?... Beautiful!

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  7. Wow, those are incredible quilts!

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  8. Oh My! Those quilts are lovely. The quilting is amazing and the fabric matching and seaming - jealous. g

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  9. So very pretty Nancy..I do like the Star quilting design it really pops on the blue. I am sure the Soldiers will love them. You do beautiful work:)

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  10. i love wounded warriors........thefirst quilt is my favorite, but both are wonderful

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  11. I wish there was a 'like' button on here. You are so generous with your time and talent.

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