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My Tommy Quilt

by Pamela Brodie
(Phoenix az )


A few years back I ran across a pair of old Tommy Hilfiger curtain panels. They were bright and very stand-outish as the word goes!!!!! I just loved everything about them, so I bought them, took them home, and there they laid around 'til I got the nerve up to start cutting out my pattern for my "Tommy Quilt".

And wha-la! Who knew it would turn out so beautiful. So many compliments, so many "I wants", but holding strong (not usually my strong suite), I rejected all offers and she has remained here with us in our home and is displayed in my bedroom at the foot of my bed, which is exactly where she belongs and will remain til .................!!!!!!!!!

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Dec 19, 2017
Wonderful Way to Repurpose!
by: SueJean

I have no idea what the original panels looked like and wish that you'd included a picture for comparison purposes, but your finished quilt is delightful.

I'm a big fan of using stray panels/curtains and other odd bits to make interesting quilts myself.

Thanks for sharing!

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