Boys Quilts – Fun Patterns on Handmade Quilts | Pottery Barn Kids

Boys Quilts – Fun Patterns on Handmade Quilts | Pottery Barn Kids

At Pottery Barn Kids, we are always working on accessories that will keep your kids happy and comfy. For this season our designers, inspired by things universally loved by kids, created a special…
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How Quilts of Valor are made

Quilts of Valor are presented to service men and women returning from service in Afganastan and Iraq. They are also being presented to veterans from previous wars. It is a great organization…

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  • filerjohnson says:

    Way to go, brother dear. Great video and I love how FAST you call can work!
    🙂 Truly, I know how much time and work go into every quilt. It is a
    WONDERFUL project. Thanks to all of you for recognizing our troops.

  • Joe Filer says:

    We’re in Central Illinois, area code 217. I realize that anyone outside of
    Chicago is thought to be from another world, but it’s surprising how
    similar we are.

  • Pat Parks says:

    that is totally awesome and creative! and thanks for sharing your method of
    creating pantos!

  • Rita Pennington says:

    Awesome video, Joe. Love what you’re doing Donna there in Southern
    Illinois!!!

  • Joe Filer says:

    I made my own design pantograph using the shape tools in Photoshop. I call
    it “stars and waves”. I can scale the design to print on various sizes of
    printer paper for the density that I prefer. I print as many as needed,
    then tape them together. It’s pretty basic, but I’m happy to share. I
    downloaded another patriotic pattern from the QOV website and made some
    modifications that I thought worked better.

  • Pat Parks says:

    great video! what is the name of the star pantograph you used in the video?
    thanks for answering! 🙂

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