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wedding bouquet quilt, 9 foot by 8 foot, fits king size bed.. the backing and border have been done 2011, boquets hand done.

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Savoychina1's loves58 of 786Antoni Gaudi, Calvet ChairAdolf Loos Furniture for the Café Capua in Vienna, 1913.
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    Posted 10 years ago

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    well my mother passed away, and she always wanted this quilt finished. so i had it finished, the backing and border were finished, the bouquets all hand done, theres even lil blood stains from my great great great grandmother while she was quilting it, its huge fits a king size bed, its 9 ft by 8 ft, its beautiful and in excellent condition, it will be entered in the 2012 quilt show in las vegas. i would appreciate any feed back u all have... thank u t....

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    1. hotkitties, 10 years ago
      Fabulous! Quilts are my thing. This pattern is "Nose-Gaye", from the 40's. Very nice!!
    2. hotkitties, 10 years ago
      A nosegay, posey (or posie, posy), flower bouquet or tussie-mussie is a small bunch of flowers, typically given as a gift. They have existed in some form since at least medieval times, when they were carried or worn around the head or bodice to mask the unpleasant smells of the time[citation needed] - literally, to keep the nose gay (to keep the nose happy). In their current form, they rose to popularity during the reign of Queen Victoria, from 1837 onwards, at which time the tussie-mussie became a popular fashion accessory.
    3. Barncat, 10 years ago
      OMG! That's such a beautiful quilt. The fact that it has so much family history is so cool! My Mom was a quilter and I have some of the ones she did. I collect and restore what I can. What a nice way to honor your Mom to finish her quilt. Sweet!
    4. hotkitties, 10 years ago
      tag 4588- I especially love the part about the little blood stains from the needle. My own quilts have those!! Very nice, good luck at the show!
    5. hotkitties, 10 years ago
      I forgot to say you did your mother proud!
    6. Esther110 Esther110, 10 years ago
      These stories are what I like to read.
      Lovely gesture to finish it for your mom.
      I love the pattern. Along with a couple others, it is one of my favorites.

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