First of all, many thanks to all of you that have sent in your t-shirts to be turned into a treasured quilt. Now, I'm not complaining, I am thrilled hat I've been so busy with customer orders, but I only 1 T-shirt quilt and 2 custom quilts to finish for Christmas. I'm hoping that for the most part that they will be done today. Going to take a week or so off, then get started on the orders that have already come in for the new year. I am blessed. Here is a collage of some of the quilts finished up in the last week.
A cousin of mine sent some photos of my grandmother (Annie Scarlett) and her quilts. This was taken back in the 70's. My grandmother loved to make quilts, and this is a picture of her standing in front of a quilt that my great-grandmother pieced, then she quilted. This is my favorite quilt. The 1/2" hexagons are all fussy cut so that the flower or image all goes around the center hex. One of my favorite memories was looking at the details when we would go visit as a child. I still enjoy looking for certain blocks. We hung this quilt in our "Old Fashined Quilt Bee" booth at Houston Quilt Festival this year. I think it got more attention than our Raffle quilt! oops!
Well, back to work, really do want to finish those last quilts up for the holidays! Wish I would have had time to work on my stuff!
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