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Valentine's Day Hearts & Diamonds

Several weeks ago, I posted an example Hearts & Diamonds quilt design created in MyWebQuilter.com. My friend Glenna and I both made wall hangings using this design.

This is Glenna's. She used multiple red batiks and cute heart buttons to embellish the quilt.



On my Hearts & Diamonds wall hanging, I used a pink metallic batik in the background and quilted it with silver metallic thread. (Every girl should get some silver with her hearts and diamonds on Valentine's Day!)



Use MyWebQuilter.com today to design and make your own version Hearts & Diamonds quilt!

Post a comment on this blog with a picture of your Hearts & Diamonds quilt and you will be eligible to win a free MyWebQuilter.com subscription.

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