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on: May 20, 2010 08:37:56 PM 
Started by Mamaphunk, Message by Mamaphunk
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I've been spending a lot of time at thrift stores lately and have started buying up all the vintage sheets I could find to make a quilt.

I decided that since the florals are a little larger, I just did some nice basic squares to show off the deisgns. The cost of ALL the fabric of this quilt totaled $8, which in quilting world is pretty amazing.


The back, it's just one sheet with a pretty design:

Here are a few close up shots of the blocks:

Old sheets are a polyester/cotton blend (newer sheets are mostly cotton) which gives them a really nice touch of coolness so this is a great quilt for summer!

Thanks for looking!
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