Caterday Quilts: April 27

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Martha Knoll‘s border on this very stunning quilt features basset hounds. She writes, “I have many basset lovers who I make quilts for, plus the ones that go to rescues for raffles/auctions”. She also says that she uses paint chips to help pick her fabrics…a great idea!

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Martha also created this quilt for a friend. They almost look alive!

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This is the pattern on graph paper that Martha Plante drew to create the quilt/mat she made for her cat Frankie. We featured it last Caterday and it was popular with our readers.

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Patsy Cosby
made a Hello Kitty baby quilt and a matching doll quilt. It’s such a cute idea.

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Duska Hepner says that both their dog and their grand-dog like the quilts she makes.

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And, finally, we’ll end Caterday with this charming photo from Marie Payne.


Goodnight to all the good quilters and our animals great and small.


How to Decode the Symbols Hidden in WWII Era Quilts: Click “Next Page” below!

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