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Category Archives: Quilts and their History
Double Wedding Ring
Quilts and their history ~ An ongoing series. A project that has been on my to-do list for years and years and years is to document the quilts I have made, all in one place. So this past week I … Continue reading
Happy Adoption Day, Cutie Patooties!
When I really started to get into quilting and started having nieces and nephews pop out right and left, I decided I would make them each a baby quilt, when they were born. Of course, there were already 9 (?) … Continue reading
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Quilts #2, 3 and 4
Okay, I don’t have a picture of #4, never did. Just imagine it being a smaller version of #2 or #3. I can’t remember that either…. Sunbonnet Sue and Overall Sam. Krystal was being moved out of her crib and … Continue reading
Quilts, the early years…
I wonder if I can post most of the quilts I’ve ever made…. And considering I’ve given most of them away…. Not sure, but I will give it my best shot. Some of you may need to help me out. … Continue reading