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Bird Quilt

This is it! The look I want to decorate the huge window I have leaning against a wall in the garage. Yeah and thanks!

This is going to look great with some fabric I received for my birthday!!!! Here comes the birds :-)

complete tutorial including printable templates. This picture doesn't do this simple quilt justice. . . You HAVE to look at it on the little toddler bed. Gorgeous.

starburst Quilt, gorgeous, reminds me of Birch Fabrics Birdie Spokes grey with out the circles and birds

Several free bird patterns to use as shapes for appliqué, quilting or clip art

I got mine done and it was sooo fun!! It went fast 1 1/2 hrs. I used my serger and ironed as I sewed. Happier Than A Bird Quilts: Tutorial - 1600 quilt using a Jelly Roll, clever way to sew together.

Quilted Table Runner Lilac Hill Moda Fabric of Cranberry Red, Lilac, Green Flowers, Birds, Plaid. $42.00, via Etsy.

Bird Dance by Sue Spargo, wool applique wall quilt, La Conner Quilt museum. Photo by Robin Atkins | Beadlust

yellow minky rag quilts | Baby Girl RAG Quilt Green Yellow AND Pink Baby Birds | eBay

Happier Than A Bird Quilts: 2011 Solid piecing clear to the border...maybe blue and white for boys....

Love Birds Quilt - I haven't found a link or source for the pattern to this (yet) but I love the border edge.

Wool Folk Art Quilt Wallhanging Pattern Titled Ask, Believe, Receive Birds And Flowers - So Beautifu on Luulla

birdie quilt w pinwheels. I'd like to do this with the red birds and aqua/white pinwheels and border.

Love this. Imagine all the different mini quilts you could put on it. >> Bird on a Wire Quilt from Quilt Mania Magazine volume 88, March / April. By Nannette Holmberg for the simple thimble. Love this quilt.

Another cute tree one, this one looks very girly because of the small trunk and branches, super cute

Birds in the marsh, Tentmakers of Cairo, FoQ 2011. by Rose Red Ruth, via Flickr

put a bird on it- beautiful bird the birds:-))

Bird quilt by Martha Briese as shown in the blog, Quilt to the Edge