We wanted to start our Featured Quilts tonight with just the center of this beautiful Lone Star made by Gwendalee Cascio. The most interesting aspect of the quilt is that Gwendalee made it from her childhood dresses that she also made herself. Many of us learned sewing early but we may not have saved those early dresses. This is stitching memories twice over. They will last. Thank you so much, Gwendalee, for sharing this beautiful quilt and its history with our community.
Kay Bourke shared her Sock Monkey Quilt, made for Project Linus, with us at 24 Blocks. We know it will bring many smiles to the child who receives it and the adults around them. Sock monkeys span many generations and they seem to allow us to be silly and have flights of fancy. Thank you, Kay, for your post.
Marcia Kim, in posting her wonderful wall hanging, simply said “Tapestry Vase 01”. But we know that nothing about it was simple. It does look like a medieval tapestry and is beautiful. Thanks so much, Kim, for sharing it with us.
Patsy Cosby writes that this is her Hearts and Butterflies throw of her own design. We love how it is so cheerful for spring. Love and Transformation. Hearts and Butterflies.
Kathleen Castillo made this fantastic quilt based on inspiration from a book called “Scrap Happy”. We especially love the borders! Thanks again, Kathleen, for sharing your art and talent with our community.
Ok, we know it isn’t Caterday yet, but….
Mary Green‘s wasn’t bred to wait. Thanks, Mary!