This is a small view of a quilt made by a great great relative of my husband’s side of the family. Someday will get it appraised and print out more accurate info.
I loved doing this quilt for my grandson Ty’s 2nd grade class. The wonderful faces just made me smile. Only wish that I had had the time to take it and try to figure out who was who. Also wish that Ty had won the raffle, but we have the picture to keep us warm.
I saw the ‘spool’ design, which I made fuchsia and purple, and thought what a cool idea for a baby quilt. Namby-pamby pastel baby quilts are for mothers. Bright quilts with lots of contrast are for kids. So, this is what I made for our 14th grandchild, Kelsey Elizabeth Miles.
Michael and Cathy’s wedding quilt being quilted.
From WSJ – Entrepreneur Stitches Together a Quilting Business HAMILTON, Mo.—This tiny farm town used to be known as the home of James Cash Penney Jr., founder of the namesake department store chain. These days, it is better known in some circles as the home of Jenny Doan.