echo quilt no. 40
on sale was $170.....now $95
"the BIG one" quilt is designed to be a memory quilt, using flannel shirts, plaid shirts, chambray and jeans from your stash of worn out clothing from all those hunting and/or fishing trips also adding manly fabrics from my stash. Making it at home on your sofa, easy chair, man cave, truck or even taking it on your next hunt. Hey, that's why Mossy Oak print was used on the back and binding. If you get cold while waiting for your "BIG one" to show up you can keep yourself warm under this quilt while being incognito.
Design - -
Front :: pieced with framed 5" squares in random color order from homespun cottons, cotton/poly blends, recycled shirts, remnants and new fabrics.
Back:: Mossy Oak - Break up print on the back.
Sashing:: Mossy Oak - Break up print.
Quilting :: is done in a free motion pattern on my Gammill longarm quilter with a black poly/cotton quilting thread so that it blends in with the Mossy Oak - Break up print on the back
Binding :: double layered Mossy Oak - Break up print has been machine stitched for durability.
Batting :: Hobbs 80/20 cotton/poly batting has been used.
Laundering:: Machine wash in cold water with a "color catcher", tumble dry for a more squishy quilt or line dry.
This quilt will be machine washed/dried so that those lovely cottons tighten up even more giving you that cozy quilted effect that will cover you and your family in comfort.
If you would like a quilt similar to this one but in a different size please contact me and we can work on the details.
This quilt is shipped 1st class insured to US addresses. If being shipped international I ship the least expensive postage, since I am not able to insure international packages once it leaves my local post office you and your postal service become responsible for it's safe delivery. I have not had a problem yet with any of my international shipments.
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From my farmhouse to yours……….well not exactly a farmhouse but I do have a dog, a cat and a dozen chickens on my 3 acres out in the country, so I can imagine that I’m in “my farmhouse”.
I have a photo hanging in my sewing room of my Grandma Lena hand quilting a quilt in her farmhouse and sometimes I do imagine living my life in her era while I am machine piecing and machine quilting my quilts. I hope that my attention to detail comes home to you with the quilt so that you can enjoy your own “farmhouse” where ever you happen to call home.