With many of us in the Vortex we need some color to break through the cold and dark night. Here are a few wonderful quilts, recently shared by our readers, that can do that! The captions are in their own words. Be bold!
from: Ruth Moses Lovell: “His quilt is called “this side up”, because on its side it looks like eyes looking at you. Second photo will show the quilt on its side so you can judge for yourself”
You can see Ruth’s marvelous quilt turned the other way at:Second photo.
from Alexa Swiniarski: :Quilted (stitch in ditch), washed, dried and on our bed! I’m happy with it!”
from: Linda Deis: “This was my first attempt at paper piecing. I think there was something like 64 pieces to each block. It was going to be queen size, I settled for throw size! Backed it with flannel. Wish I had continued on to the queen….”
From Monica Crist: “Thought I would post a quilt I finally finished in 2013.. It was a UFO for around 10 years!”
Thanks to Ruth, Linda, Alexa, Monica and everyone else who has shared the warmth of quilting! Stay warm and safe everyone!
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