Tuesday, February 11, 2014

A Little French General Heart Quilt

It is starting to look like VALENTINES DAY at my home !

The heart quilt has been on my to -do list ever since I saw it on Pleasentree blog
Merumo posted this " Secret Recipe for You  quilt "  on her blog 2/9/11.

I made mine from leftover scraps of French General fabric I had and the white with the little heart vines fabric I used  is from my leftover Midwinter Reds fabric.   I used a Judie's 25th Anniversary by Judie Rothermel for the border fabric  . You can find her recipe for this quilt here

                                   
Here are a couple more  Valentine quilts that I like to display in my home the month of February




I have even decorated my front porch !








 And I can not forget my Little Redwork Calendar girl block ! She is just Too Cute !



Wishing everyone a Happy Valentines Day !

Sue

9 comments:

  1. Lovely quilts and decorations!

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  2. The French General heart quilt is oh so sweet. And I very much like the heart quilt with the flowers poking through each heart.

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  3. Your home is all set for Valentines Day, Sue! Very cute decorations, and I love seeing tulips on your table! We have a several weeks to go before we can snip and display any here in Iowa. I love your colorful wreath... makes me anxious for spring!

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  4. Great way to use those gorgeous scraps! I looked at Merumo's recipe and of course loved the photo of her Doxie laying claim to her little quilt! Just like home!

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  5. What a sweet little heart quilt!
    Your Valentine quilts and decorations are all beautiful!

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  6. Sweet fabrics too, love the heart wreath, so pretty and a prelude to Spring! Nice floral print for the table quilt setting, gorgeous! Happy Valentines!

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  7. Your "Valentine" quilts and decorations are wonderful!

    Happy Valentines Day tomorrow!

    Carolyn

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  8. You do French General so well, Sue! Your house looks perfect for Valentine's Day!
    Cheers!

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