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Changing Up The Living Room A Bit



There's something I dragged out of one of my closets this morning that you haven't seen before. Do you know what it is?


No, it isn't a dog. Although by some act of magic Abi managed to slip into one of the closets last week and shut the door behind her. Still don't know how she managed that. By the time I figured out where she was, she was a little spooked by the whole episode.



When I bought this chaise sofa, this big ottoman came with it. When you slide it up next to the sofa, as you see here, it becomes a full-sized bed. Not that I have any overnight guests. 

The pupsters quickly took charge of it. They want to know why I didn't drag this out of the closet a long time ago.



I have gone stark raving quilt crazy this week. I started digging around in the other closet in the old trunk, and I thought: Why do I have all these quilts folded up in here where I can't enjoy looking at them? So out some of them came.



I know. It looks like a quilt show came to town. No one can ever accuse me of not going overboard with whatever I do. 

Then I got to looking at this star quilt that I painstakingly appliqued all these stars to years ago, and it just looked, well, huge. So I put this mirror over it to give it a focal point.



So now you're scratching your head and thinking: Then where did the little cart go? Well, here it is.



So now you're thinking: Didn't that red bench go where that table fan is? I know. A bit of ugly. Got to keep it real. Hot as all get out here. 

You're probably now looking up at the far right, wondering what on earth that is sticking out.



While I was digging around in the closets, I reached up and grabbed that red basket you see nailed to the wall. Out of it fell this doll. I started to toss it back in. Then thought: I'll just stick her in the basket when I nail it to the wall. I made her many moons ago.

And yes, those are ugly electrical cords. Keeping it real, like I said. So it was the doll's feet you saw sticking out in the photo before, just so's we're straight about everything.



I have the same red and white buffalo checked curtains for this window that I have for the bedroom window. But I haven't even opened the box yet. 



My little dining spot. If you blinked you didn't see it. Look over to the right. That's my new red crock pot I ordered from Walmart for $17. 

I hope to cook up some lunches come fall that are more nutritious and have a little more substance that what I eat all summer. Which is whatever I reach into the fridge and grab.

So there you go. This all started because I looked up the other day and saw some nail holes and I don't have the paint to match it, but I tried anyway. What resulted was shiny smudges here and there on the wall. Which naturally bothered me.


(Abi, do you have a stench to you that Charlie's curious about?)

Which resulted in my digging through the many things in my closet and grabbing some quilts. 

Then this morning I was trying to get to something in the other closet in my bedroom, and couldn't even walk into the closet for all the stuff I have in there. 

Which I shall be cleaning out and organizing when it isn't so hot that I have to take a deep breath, dive in, and hurry back out quick as I can. 



So now you see what can happen when I don't plan on doing anything, and suddenly I've done all this. One thing just manages to lead to another. 

But the pupsters are happy to have more couch to snooze on. So if the pupsters are happy, Mama is happy.


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  1. Your quilt collection is wonderful and of course I see my favorite color scheme.

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    1. I don't think there's a color that I don't have on the wall or somewhere.

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  2. Brenda your living spaces are so much fun, so full of color and whimsey and TALENT!

    I love that addition to your couches - anytime you can comfortably put up that sore leg is a good thing, right? Just an added bonus that the pups love it too.

    I adore your little dining area. I would so love to visit and have a cuppa whatever and discuss your amazing sewing talents. I sure don't possess such a thing. I try to cut straight and it is a disaster - leaving the beautiful quilt making to you experts!

    My sister is getting better daily, but still spending lots of time there with her. One day soon I will get back to blog reading more regularly! Hugs!

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    1. All my quilts were just made up off the top of my head. Because I can't follow a pattern. And I can't follow directions either, which is why I get lost a lot and Judy made me buy a cheap cell phone. Several women contacted me and Country Woman asking what quilt pattern or block I used. Sorry to say I just don't know.

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  3. You have some FABULOUS quilts. I love all the colors. The shot of your gallery wall towards the door looks so good. Glad the pupsters are happy.

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    1. Kim, I want you to know that I was over to your place this morning, looking for inspiration. I always go to that sun room first thing.

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  4. Your quilts and your entire rooms are so bright and cheery.. I think you should put your hard work on display..
    I think I have a closet like yours.. It has my clothes in it too. I go in there for a few minutes, pick something out to wear and get out quickly..
    I like the bigger lamp on your dining table and have been wondering where all of your house plants have been..
    Your couch/bed is wonderful, especially for Charlie and Abi..
    The pretty mirror looks nice over your quilt.. I still love your green buffet too. You've been a busy girl..
    Have a good weekend..
    Charlotte

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    1. Once I dig in and get started, it's hard for me to stop. Seeing all that junk shoved here and there in the closets bother me. But not enough to sweat over right now. I still look at that green buffet and smile.

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  5. Yes, get those quilts out and enjoy seeing them! The smaller quilts that I've been making are going straight onto the walls, and I'm loving this new decor - bright, colorful, fun, happy! Yours look fabulous.

    Mary

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    1. I told myself when I finished that whole long wall that at least now I have a little insulation!

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  6. Isn't it funny how pets just "claim" anything new? Ha! Before I sit in "my" chair, I always have to move a disgruntled cat. :-) Unless you do some more changing between now and then, I think you will love those gorgeous, colorful quilts on the wall when the weather turns cooler. It really cozies up the place!

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    1. I don't think I'll be up on a step stool taking them down, when I had to stop every little bit and ice my ankle. Too much trouble.

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  7. Looks like you have lived in and loved your little house for years. I always like to see the changes you make, and your quilts.

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    1. Oh, I have more. Too many to put up. I guess I'll have to rotate them.

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  8. I love the mirror over the star quilt ~ tres chic!

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    1. The mirror has wire going up and down long ways. But luckily I had some thick wire that I put on the back so it could go the other way.

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  9. I know you haven't personally made all the quilts you own, but I think you've made a lot. I wonder if you miss doing so?

    Not sure if you're aware, but your sidebar is encroaching on your content section.

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    1. Does anyone else see that something is wrong with the sidebar? Not showing on mine. Called Judy. Not showing on her computer either.

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    2. Yes, the sidebar takes up about HALF of my screen! Your blog area is pretty small. Marilyn

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  10. I'm jealous:) wantin' me some quilts for the wall. I might looks on craigslist for a few. Ya never know when someone might sell one and I could snatch it up.

    I really like your decor.. You've made a cozy pretty home there but I know you could do that where ever you go..
    the pups do look mighty happy.

    ps~ not sure if you've seen the Blacklist advertisement for the new season but he has a dog and it looks just like Charlie~!

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    1. I made all these in my thirties. I could whip a quilt out in two months. I'd hand sew the top, then baste the back and batting in, and have it all quilted and the binding on in two months. Can't believe that now. My arthritis in my hands are what keeps me from sewing now.

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  11. I LOVE the quilts on the wall, on the furniture, wherever; but I have one question and that is how do you attach them to the wall. I thought I read one time where someone used thumb tacks but I wondered if that wouldn't make holes in them. I have one or two I would like to display but don't have an idea how to hang them without putting a sleeve on the back. Everything in your home is so colorful and pretty!

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    1. I have two quilts that I've hand-sewed a sleeve on. You pretty much have to do it by hand, which I can't do anymore. When I put this star quilt up, I know you will be aghast, but I put thin nails in the binding. The binding can always be changed, so that didn't bother me as much. I figured: They're going to stay in a trunk, or I'm going to get them out and see them. Not going to be around forever. The quilts will outlive me. So I'm just going to enjoy them any way I can. The nails are only at the top to support the weight. Around the sides I have thumb tacks. I've always used thumb tacks and I never saw any holes from them.

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    2. I have hung an antique quilt I have on a curtain rod that I put up on the wall first, way up by the ceiling (screw into studs). I use a decorative rod with the little balls at the ends. Then I put those "cafe curtain clips" along the top of the quilt and slide them onto the curtain rod! Works great when no pocket on the quilt. I hang store bought (not handmade) quilts using thumbtacks usually, right in the seam I don't see the holes. I agree with Brenda, get those gorgeous quilts on the walls, no matter what! I'm going to be putting a couple more up that have stored. I usually fold or roll them and put in my china hutch with the glass doors, so I can at least see them!

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  12. Brenda, I have been a regular visitor since your days in Texas. You never cease to amaze me with your decorating. I absolutely love it and it has inspired me when decorating my own home. I always enjoy visiting.

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    1. I know this is kind of "quilt overload." But I just do what I do and I enjoy it till I change it. No rules!

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  13. All so beautiful Brenda!!! As always! Thanks for sharing. Have a great day!

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  14. I'm itching to get my fall things out. Even though it's still hot, I will still put some fall out, because those are my favorite colors to decorate with. Since I've had to keep the two kittens I took in, that will mean not as much décor comes out this year. I know the pupsters do love the way the couch is now. As in my house, it all revolves around the fur babies.

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    1. Oh yes, whatever makes them happy makes me happy.

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  15. Brenda, I love the changes and the ottoman that makes your couch larger is something Charlie would like also. He and I fight over the chaise area on my sofa. Your gallery wall inspires me. Once things settle down a bit around here I'll be emailing you some pics and and asking for some decorating advice! :) Love the quilts. I have several that my Mom made but they are all so big!!!! Hope your weekend is quiet and yes lets hope it cools down some also.
    hugs,
    Linda

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    1. I never had a set size for any of my quilts. I just sewed till I got tired of sewing on it and quit. I have no idea what size any of these quilts are.

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  16. Beautiful quilts, Brenda! I think my favorite is the one hanging in your dining area. It looks so cozy with your red cupboard and the quilt hanging over the table!

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    1. That's Judy's favorite as well. I think that was the last one I made.

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  17. You have a nice collection of quilts! It's nice that you have them out to enjoy now. I bet that added ottoman provides a nice place to stretch out on your sofa too. I love ottomans. Hope you're having a nice Labor Day weekend so far.

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  18. How I adore your quilt collection, and I am so happy you are happy in your new place! :-). Looks great!

    xo

    Sheila

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    1. Thanks Sheila. Hope your life has calmed down some.

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  19. I love it and the pups! Especially the pic of Abi peeking out from behind the lap top!

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    1. Abi always manages to find the spotlight.

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  20. Holy moly calm it down! :) funny how things like this happen. I actually thing the mirror on the quilt is rather unique and different, I like that.

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  21. I love your beautiful quilts, too. And the dollie is very sweet. I'm glad she got to come out of the closet for your to enjoy! Have a good weekend my friend! Hugs!

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    1. I made quite a few. Some were rabbits, cats, etc. Don't know where those ended up though.

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  22. That star quilt is beautiful, as are all of your quilts. You always have something up your sleeve! I never got into quilting, sewing isn't my thing, and just felt too hard on my eyes. I have a few quilts I've accumulated over the years, a wonderful one with butterflies on it I got in Cotton Plant, Arkansas. It is so heavy. I love it. The dogs look very happy! It's over 100 here today but you can tell fall is on its way!

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    1. Yep, over 100 here too. Getting old. But I'm seeing some leaves crinkly and brown and falling about here and there.

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  23. You know, after reading your response about using nails and thumb tacks to display your quilts, I couldn't help but chuckle - you the non-rule breaker doing that! But you know what - you are so right about not living forever and enjoying what you have. I plan to drag "saved" things out and use the heck out of them. They will just go in a garage sale in a few years anyway. Thanks for your inspiration!!

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    1. Keeping quilts folded up isn't really good for them either. Unless you take them out and refold them in other ways so the crease doesn't get worn. So it's good to get them out, I reasoned with myself, even if they were hung with some small nails and thumb tacks. And you're right. Who wants to think of their things being hidden away "to save them for a special day." Today is special. Get them out and use them.

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  24. I love all the colors and pattern! You have such a happy welcoming space.

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    1. You should have seen this place when I first walked in. Dull and boring and so completely generic. You know I couldn't live like that!

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  25. Brenda, your place looks amazing! Nobody would ever guess it's an apartment. Everything is so colorful and cozy!

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    1. And if you pulled up to this four-plex, you'd see that they all look exactly along. Just one long string of doors and windows. And I'm at the end. It's so dull outside. But the dogs prevent me from doing much out front, because they'd be barking at me from the door the whole time. And really, I kind of like to be just a dull little spot outside. Anonymous. But open the door and step back!

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  26. I remember reading an article by Martha Stewart that she rolls her quilts around a long cardboard tube like a poster container and also uses tissue paper and they never get those damaging creases. I frequently also see quilts folded and stacked in cupboards and used on a rotating basis. Better than hiding them away. Of course one has to be careful that sun does not hit them or it fades and deteriorates the fabric. I love how they all look and make your apartment look super cozy. It may be hot as hell now but soon when the weather turns chilly you will feel warm and enveloped. Just think of all those pretty quilts to look at while you smell a delicious pot of stew in the crock pot! Don't you just love Autumn!

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    1. I do love autumn! Yes, Martha Stewart, the queen of knowing everything, has it right. I don't have mine where the sun will hit them. Because I know from experience how fast it fades the bright colors. There have been a couple of times over the years that I've had a hole or tear in a quilt. I just figure out the best way to repair it so that you can't tell, and keep on using them.

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  27. Brenda you are a very talented decorator and writer. I always enjoy your blog. I love what you have done with your apartment. No one would believe this is the same apartment you moved into.

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    1. I can hardly believe it's the same little drab spot either! Color works wonders!

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  28. Brenda I love that large quilt you have hanging behind your sofa and love that pretty yellow and white one draped over your side table! Your pups are so stinkin cute!!!

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    1. And those pupsters know it too. Abi steals the spotlight because she thinks she very much deserves it. Charlie is more on the shy side.

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  29. Love all your quilts and how you displayed them...so pretty! I have a few hanging on the walls, but most of my quilts are folded and displayed in a cupboard. Oh...one is on the bed with another one folded at the end of the bed.

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    1. And having one on the bed and another one folded up at the end is such a cozy look too.

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  30. Such as happy and cheerful place. I love quilts and you have some great ones. You can miss with pups and quilts.

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    1. And pups sure love those quilts too. Right now there's one on a quilt and one next to me. As you can probably imagine, Ms. Abi is snuggled up to me. She's my shadow. Charlie is more independent.

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  31. Oops! You can't miss with pups and quilts.

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  32. Now I don't think that I ever saw that star quilt before here...precious! Love the spools reflected in the red mirror and just all of the quilts, pillows, color...it's so amazing what you have done there. I hope it cools off for you. We have had some humidity and heat lately...woke up around 4:30 and it was so stuffy and steamy that I just gave up and got up. Well not too long after that we had a major storm so it would have woken me anyway :) And now it is back to stuffy and steamy, lol!

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    1. There's some none of you have seen because I just haven't brought them out. I'm going to change that. And you, my friend, make some beauties!

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  33. Wow! The first thing I noticed was the star quilt with the mirror hanging in front and I thought ... Genius! Love that you did that. Your eye for detail and placement is truly amazing. I love your use of color and the quilts simply add to the cheery feel of your adorable home! Puppies always make good decorations, too! :)

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  34. Brenda, I always come away from your blog with warm fuzzies and comfort. You have a great way of displaying your favorites. It feels like a little cottage. Thanks for sharing. I try to do some of your ideas and it doesn't quite come together. Great Job!

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    1. You probably don't give yourself enough credit. If you want my opinion, feel free to email me some pics and I'll work with you to get that look.

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  35. I am so glad to see the return of the quilts! They are you. I have missed their cheery bright colors. Thank you,

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    1. Me too! I forgot how much I've missed them.

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  36. Everything looks wonderful, Brenda. I'm a passionate quilter so seeing all your quilts put a huge smile on my face. I'm glad you decided to drag them out. :-)

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  37. I love all of your quilts. I hate having quilts hidden away in the closet, but I do. Just no space for them right now. I fact, I just bought a bunch of things at auction to sell, so it looks like I have had an explosion. It is still hot here, too so not in the mood yet to do my usual fall cleaning. Your home looks very cozy, Brenda and I know it will be a wonderful place to be when the colder weather set in. The pupsters look like they are very happy :)
    xo
    Laura

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    1. I'll be so glad when you have your own place to put out all your beloved pretties, Laura.

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  38. Your living room is so comfy. One could just curl up with a good book and be as happy as happy can be! Such detail to everything even though you will probably say it all "just happens"! It looks like the pupsters are very proud of their new found ottoman. They think you did all that just for them! Quilts are gorgeous!!!

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    1. The pupsters think I do everything just for them.

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  39. I loved seeing your quilts up on the walls and decorating your cozy home, Brenda! You have done an amazing job displaying them and they look wonderful......I love how they are colourful but not too bright, and the quilts all harmonise so well.
    Helen xox

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    1. I think quilts just harmonize because they're patchwork to start with. But you, Helen, take the prize when it comes to colorful pretties!

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  40. Brenda, one can never have too many quilts~lol

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    1. Some people would say: One can never have too much money. Some: One can never have too much love. And others: One can never have too many quilts.

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  41. I'm drooling over all your beautiful quilts. Everything looks fabulous; colorful and cozy.

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    1. I always drool over at your place. You know I'd take that house in a New York minute!

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  42. You have some amazing quilts! I really love how the star one brightens up the sofa... I don't blame the dogs for wanting to sleep close to that beautiful quilt.

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    1. If there are quilts around, and cats and dogs, the cats and dogs will be planted on the quilts.

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  43. Hi Brenda,
    I just love what you've done with your little house. Your use of color is what makes it so appealing to me. And where better to get all those colors that from vintage quilts? Beautiful! ~Cheryl p.s.The dogs are pretty cute too!

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    1. They're getting to be vintage age for sure!

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  44. I love the quilts on the wall...go for it! The mirror is such a great idea! I collected quilts for the first few years I was married. I had some very old ones and they were in good shape. I wish I had put them away while the kids were young, or better, hung them on the wall. The kiddies got a lot of enjoyment curling up with them but alas, the hand sewn stitches couldn't hold up.

    I hope you cool off soon. We're in Michigan and although it rained like crazy overnight, it's still hot and sticky.

    Jane xx

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    1. Well, go to antique malls and such and get you some more quilts. The kids are grown now and you could get them up on the walls before the grandkids come.

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  45. My grandma made quilts, and DH's mom, and me, so I have lots of quilts. I came back from a yard sale and told DH I would come back to haunt him if he sold my quilts at yard sales. There was a piece of patchwork sticking out of a wooden barrel, and it was filthy. I asked the guy what he wanted and he said $3. I just put it over my shoulder and walked to my pickup. I stuck it in the back seat. When I got home I found the most amazing quilt. A full size, made in the 30's. All triangle pieces, and tied with embroidery floss. The back and binding is an aqua calico. and inside is a raw cotton batt, about 2 inches thick. The batting still had pieces of seeds and stuff from the cotton. We are in Idaho, can't imagine where it came from. It was the dirtiest thing I have ever seen, but I don't think it had ever been used. There was no fraying or spots where the stitching had come loose. I washed it in the bath tub, it weighed a ton, and even tho it was hot I had a hard time drying it the line. It is one of my favorite quilts.

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    1. Did all the dirt stains come out? If so, what a fabulous find!

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  46. The star quilt is my favorite so far..so much happy color..just what I like..Abi is so comical..her adorable ears always give me a laugh..I wonder how on earth she managed to get herself stuck in the closet..lol..I have to remind my cats that everything I do is not for their pleasure and comfort..I don't think they get it..

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    1. Those back pieces for the stars came from a mill in New Braunfels, Texas. You could go and buy stacks of the small pieces. They sold checks and plaids. Every time I look at this quilt, I think of that wonderful little German town.

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  47. Brenda I don't think anything is "overload". I think it is beautiful and everything goes together so well. I never noticed the wires until you pointed them out. I am in favor of whatever makes pups (any pups) happy. I want to learn how to quilt and when I get my craft room, I am going to try, wish you lived closer.

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    1. I can help you learn to quilt! I fumbled around with stitches until one day I "got it." It's a wonderful hobby. If my hands weren't in such bad shape, I'd still be quilting, for I truly loved it.

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  48. Love it all, as usual! Especially the doll in the wall basket! Made me wonder where your sweet Teddy bear is, and if you still have it.

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    1. I do believe I have that somewhere. And that somewhere would have to be one of those closets I've got to dig back into come fall! I sold the little black chair I always sat it in, thinking I would not have room for it. Now I regret selling it.

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  49. Brenda..... you have so inspired me to hang my few quilts on my walls! We have been renting for 2 years so haven't put any out, but are about to (hopefully) close on a cute little singlewide mobile on 2 acres, and I'm itching to hang up my quilts and Pendleton blankets! I also LOVE your red cupboard in the dining area. I know I've seen it many times, but for some reason, seeing it again with the cheerful quilt nearby, makes me want to paint my old cupboard red! Did you paint it yourself and if so, what color if you can recall? I don't like bright reds, but love that muted barn red. My old brown cupboard that I got from my sister in the 70's has been itching to be painted white for years, but now I may change my mind and paint it red! Thanks for all of your lovely inspirations. Marilyn

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    1. No, I did not paint the cupboard. I have various pieces that were obviously made by the same person that were sold in an antique mall in Tyler, TX. And I bought much of it, because everything was cheap. I wish I had a single wide mobile outside town.

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  50. I love the changes! Those quilts are too beautiful to be packed in the closet. Your home is so inviting and comfortable. A look I hope to achieve in my own home!

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  51. I just went back and looked at your pictures again and wanted to add, I love your knack of "layering". I don't do that well. It's just so interesting to see all the elements in your vignettes. And I also just noticed that little yellow case makes a happy face and it is so perfect! Your home is such a happy place!

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  52. Love your decorating style. Everything looks GREAT!!!

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  53. WOW !!! what an adorable place! I always swoon and wish I had your special touches -amazing. It looks so sweet and some place where you would feel at "home" even just dropping by for coffee! WONDERFUL

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  54. I absolutely love the quilt with the mirror over it. What a great idea! My mom was a quilter, so I have quite a few, too. I usually use them picnics or to keep warm in winter, but I should definitely pull them out more.

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  55. Love that star quilt. So glAd you are using the quilts again. It is amazing the life you have brought to your condo. That sofa is perfect for you and the doggies.

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  56. I just read your post this evening because I'm out of town on a little vacation trip and am not keeping up as I should on my blog reading. Love the quilts! And I love how you reply to your comments. I will do that, too, if/when I get my blog up and running.

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