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    Fresh Catch bornjeep's Avatar
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    I may be starting to understand why people flee this forum all the time

    My wife made me this quilt when we had our last Jeep a few years ago. I'm trying to sell the quilt because we retire in June so it's finally time to get another jeep (although I may wait for the new model to get a diesel). I'm kind of excited that maybe the "dealer source" info in the JL release date thread may be true.

    This quilt is hand made with embroidered/hand sewn appliqué panels. It is made as a lite quilt and fits a full size bed.



    I am asking $500 or near offer.

    PM me with any questions.

    Thanks all.
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    Very nice good luck with the sale.


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    That's awesome. Your wife is very talented. Good luck!

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    Guy with a Red 2-Door cozdude's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bornjeep View Post
    My wife made me this quilt when we had our last Jeep a few years ago. I'm trying to sell the quilt because we retire in June so it's finally time to get another jeep (although I may wait for the new model to get a diesel). I'm kind of excited that maybe the "dealer source" info in the JL release date thread may be true.

    This quilt is hand made with embroidered/hand sewn appliqué panels. It is made as a lite quilt and fits a full size bed.



    I am asking $500 or near offer.

    PM me with any questions.

    Thanks all.
    Welcome back from over two years ago just to sell a quilt.
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    Selling quilt for Jeep. Ha. Maybe try a quilting forum?

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    The picture isn't showing up. I want to see this $500 quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tastethebeast View Post
    The picture isn't showing up. I want to see this $500 quilt!
    My wife quilts too. Product alone is about 250 for one that large. Time involved is months. Either way, this thread blows.
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    Does quilt come with extra lug nuts?

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    Selling a quilt on a Jeep forum?

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