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Just in case you don’t remember or haven’t heard of Quilts of Valor – You can learn more at http://www.qovf.org or at my blog. At this particular moment, we are in a need for Quilts of Valor.
We are still at war in Afghanistan, and have record numbers of wounded being sent to Landstuhl Military Hospital.
I happen to be the coordinator here in Colorado, and seem to have many, many veterans in our state. I work in the WTB at our local post. This is an amazing battalion where many of our wounded go for rehab, or to await medical decisions. I also have groups at the VA’s in the state, as well as an amazing Equine Therapy group. All of these are places our Veterans can receive the care they need, and we get to give them a Real American Hug through our Amazing Quilts of Valor.
I chose fabrics from http://www.sewbatik.com
Red (Called Ribbon Red) ½ yard ( I actually used 17 inches to be exact, so if you like extra, adjust accordingly)
Cream ( Called Cream Tan) 2 Yards ( I used exactly 72 inches)
Blue ( Nuance Gradation Nautica) 1 ¾ yards ( I used exactly 59 inches)
Binding: I would suggest using Blue – so add an additional ½ yard for binding
Backing: Finished size will be 56 x 80
For this mystery I used my Tri Recs Ruler. All cutting instructions are based on using this ruler.