"Wow - very creative and the projects and quilts are beautiful!
Are we looking at April yet? Here's my list for March
1 - quilt and bind 25 mini quilts for Hope 7
2 - quilt and bind placemats and table topper for Easter
Don't think I…"
"Florence, I like the lozenge shaped linus quilt you posted in Feb, very nice. I love scrappy quilts, the have 'life'. I also think they are great for charity quilts as you can afford to make more if you know what I mean.
"I am thrilled I got three of the four done. Not bad. Still trying to get that bronco quilt done. Must be the fabric that is slowing me down, the Broncos when I am a Steeler fan. Going to get done this month of March for sure…"
"I just received my runner today...it takes so long to get to Northern Canada. This is the one I was lucky enough to get. Sue Anne it is beautiful 4 paper pieced hearts on white, and a pieced border!!!! I love it and I will be putting it out even…"
"Wow, second one done. I finished the cancer quilt and now the row robin is on its way to its new home finally. now to get on that bronco quilt. i did finish the top for another cancer quilt, it is in pastels. Had to have help…"
"Christina's Little Black Dress is quilted! I just need to hand sew the binding down. I will do that tonight and on the three hour car ride tomorrow to see her. Christina is my niece. She is not the kind of girl to own a "a little black…"
"Terri, you are really on schedule for next Christmas...it is so crisp!
I finished my shawl and the sweater.
But we just got the new drawing for Tapestry #5...I get to prepare the linen, trace the 72" by 30" drawing onto the linen, line the…"
I'm a Bookkeeper by trade and a Quilter and "Family Genealogist" by hobbie. I was born and raised in the state of Washington and lived in Idaho, New York, Japan, Alaska, seven years on the Big Island of Hawaii and recently moved to Montana.
I'm a mother of five with an "Empty Nest", so with lots of time on my hands I'm spending it quilting and delving into our family roots.
How many quilts have you made?
If I had to guess, I'd say around 50 or so.
Do you want to make quilts, or simply enjoy them?
Definately make them.
How long have you been a quilter?
Since I was 11 (43 years ago) when my grandmothers and great grandmother taught me how. My first quilt piece was a 'Sunbonnet Sue'. My first quilt top was a "Bow Tie" block. My Mother had started it when she was pregnant with me. Twenty years later I finished the top when I was pregnant with my daughter and my grandmother and great grandmother quilted it. My daughter now has it.
What is your favorite quilting technique?
I applique and piece my quilt tops by machine and hand quilt to finish them.
Why do you quilt?
My Aunt Fritzi and I are the only ones left in the family to carry on the traditon. Also because I love to pass on quilts to family members as my grandmother and great grandmother did before me. I'm hoping someday that one of my daughters and my grandaughter will take an interest in quilting so I can pass it on to them.