from: Barbara Gibson: “Not all things quilted are destined for a bed……..this takes 2 squares of fabric (any size you choose), plus a piece of batting. Instructions are found at seaside-stitches.blogspot.com It would be a great way to practice your free motion quilting and wind up with something useful from every block!”
from: Cherrie Routon: “This is a lemoyne star quilt that I just finished. Didn’t make for last Christmas but all set for next year.”
from: Mary Ruth Kowalczyk Kolk: “Quilt I made for my second daughter’s 40th birthday. She made me a homemade Mother’s Day card when she was around 8 years old. It was done on loose leaf paper cut into small squares. Her opening square was “What A Mom Is For” I took those precious squares to the local copier place and enlarged each one to fit the size quilt blocks I wanted to make. Then I transferred her work to fabric mistakes and all. I embroidered all of her lines and created a red work wall hanging for her. My husband helped with the design and mathematics. 🙂 This was a fun quilt to make and it was filled with love.”
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