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I wanted to tell   you about my version of a quilt I saw in the March/April 2008 issue of Love of Quilting. It was Julie   Popa's Study in Black  White. I am a civilian employee of a military organization and our   young men and women regularly deploy to the middle east. About five years   ago, I started making them personalized quilts to take with them. The quilts   are a touch of home in a distinctly un-homey place. These light-weight quilts   are easy to pack, surprisingly warm in winter, and quite dust resistant in   summer, which are important qualities. I design each quilt with the recipient   in mind, so each is very different from the others in color, pattern, and   theme. My most recent quilt is my 11th so far, and my creativity was getting   strained. That's when I saw Julie Popa's quilt and knew I was going to do   something I have never done before...borrow an idea from someone else. I   di
Melody Higdon

I wanted to tell you about my version of a quilt I saw in the March/April 2008 issue of Love of Quilting. It was Julie Popa's Study in Black & White. I am a civilian employee of a military organization and our young men and women regularly deploy to the middle east. About five years ago, I started making them personalized quilts to take with them. The quilts are a touch of home in a distinctly un-homey place. These light-weight quilts are easy to pack, surprisingly warm in winter, and quite dust resistant in summer, which are important qualities. I design each quilt with the recipient in mind, so each is very different from the others in color, pattern, and theme. My most recent quilt is my 11th so far, and my creativity was getting strained. That's when I saw Julie Popa's quilt and knew I was going to do something I have never done before...borrow an idea from someone else. I di

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