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  • Total submissions: 8
  • Total countries: 4
  • Total provinces: 0
  • Total states: 5

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Canyon Dance Canyon Dance
By: Julie Huffman, Idaho, USA

Two years ago my friend Deb fell in love with a quilt I made for another friend. Deb was ill with emphysema so I surprised her with her own version of the quilt in 2009. It was just right for laying in her recliner. Deb passed away Feb. 10, 2010 and I received the quilt back from her sisters.

Quilt size: width: 54" height: 72"

Country Cousins Country Cousins
By: Sharon Vrooman, New York, USA

This is a Red Rooster pattern and completed entirely with stash on hand-even the back is pieced. It will be a x-mas gift for a dear friend who is my “country cousin”. It is hand quilted and I tied the outer checked border to symbolize our “tied” friendship

Quilt size: width: 50" height: 64"

First Dance- Drift off to dream First Dance- Drift off to dream
By: Kathi, Pennsylvania, USA

This little quilt was a wedding gift to my friend and coworker. She and her husband were married on her grandpa’s farm and had their first dance to the Travis Trit song “Drift Off To Dream.” The background fabric is a gorgeous irridescent painted fabric from Mickey Lawler’s Sky Dyes collection.

Quilt size: width: 24" height: 24"

Forever Yours Forever Yours
By: Amy Gay, Louisiana, USA

My Husband is a wolf fanatic. I wanted some token of my affection for him that would also serve as a wall decoration during the warmer months. This is being put in the “Friends” category, because my Husband is truly my best friend. The Gray Wolf mates for Life!!!

Quilt size: width: 65" height: 98"

Liz's Friendship Braid Liz’s Friendship Braid
By: Scranda, United Kingdom

Liz was a good friend of mine when we were teaching together, and a great support to me when I was Acting Head. She’s finally decided that it’s time to retire and I wanted to mark the occasion with a quilt, and Friendship Braid seemed the perfect choice.

Quilt size: width: 65" height: 88"

Quilt of Love and Hope Quilt of Love and Hope
By: Erilyn, New Zealand

My friend Marjorie was diagnosed with liver cancer in 2008. This quilt I made for her as a comfort – the greens in the center for calming, flowers for cheering and quilted with feathered hearts (surrounded and made with love) and angels (to keep watch). Thankfully, Marjorie is still with me today.

Quilt size: width: 50" height: 50"

Round Robin Star Round Robin Star
By: Mary Shipman, Missouri, USA

This was a Round Robin project last summer. I made the Martha Washington Star center, two friends and two nieces made the outer rounds.
It hangs in my kitchen a constant happy reminder of good times and fun. I love to look at it.

Quilt size: width: 28" height: 28"

The Friendship Quilt The Friendship Quilt
By: PatchworkRose, Australia

Block is the Friendship Quilt block Blocks exchanged across the globe amongst Reprolovers. The Centre Medallion is a compostition drawing of mine inspired by decals on a Vintage Sewing machine – my first attempt at Hand Applique taught to me by a dear friend

Quilt size: width: 120" height: 120"

Friendship Quilts

5 thoughts on “Friendship Quilts

  • July 3, 2010 at 12:53 pm

    The article states there were 8 entries but only 6 pictures are visible. Is it my browser or is there somewhere else to go to see the other two entries? The ones that are visible are beautiful but it makes it difficult to vote if you can’t see all the entries.

  • July 3, 2010 at 1:15 pm

    Ann, check if you have your font size increased in your browser. Go to View, Text Size, set it to medium.

    Hope this works,

  • July 3, 2010 at 1:32 pm

    Michele, thanks for the info. This is a fairly new computer and I hadn’t realized the text size was set like this.LOL I see them all now and they are truely “all” beautiful and I voted.

  • July 6, 2010 at 12:00 pm

    These quilts are all outstanding—however my personal favorite is the Friendship quilt—it must have taken months to do that. A labor of love, indeed.

    What a lost art.

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