Isn't this beautiful? My friend Kathy gave this to me when I visited her in January. Looks like it is in great shape right? Not. It had been folded in half for so long that it was disintegrating. I opted to cut it out so now I have two halves of this great quilt.
Isn't that quilting amazing? I am thinking about making a bolster with it, but am not sure. I'm open to ideas and suggestions?
Here is a pale yellow and ecru quilt. It does have some staining issues. I've washed it, but the stains remain. I'm not sure if it is rust or blood.
And one more, a little embroidered crib quilt. It is hard to see, but it says "Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat, Where have you been?"
While I was there a neighbor came over with a quilt top that she found at a sale. As a whole it is very appealing.
As I move in I see such a fun variety of fabrics. Looks to be about 1900- 1920.
Isn't that fun?!
My quilt Rodeo is still for sale. Please support AAQI and Alzheimer's research by purchasing my little quilt. Thank you.