Saturday, January 22, 2011

Mothers Day Present

This is the quilt my daughter made for me, I will 2 photos, you will see
she even signed it for me, such a good girl, lol
This quilt is made from 4 1/2" finished blocks, so you can imagine how
small some of the pieces were. I use to watch her hand piece, I just couldnt
believe how small they were and how small the stiches she had to make.
The fabrics were small print, some were from Jenny Beyers, from way back when,
some I got at Joanns, and others from my local quilt store, to me when I was collecting
them I thought of the old timey looking quilt, not sure if that is what they
all ended up as, but she did an excellent job selecting the ones she used,
Now I know you guys are bored hearing a proud mama go on and on and on, lol
its embarrassing to say the least, but I cant help it and yes she is a mama's girl
even at 25 ;<)


  1. What a wonderful treasure. You are right to be proud. She has more patience than I will ever have.

  2. That quilt is stunning!!! My daughters both quilt too, it is so much fun seeing them enjoy something that means so much to me.

  3. How nice to have a daughter who quilts! You keep on bragging about that girl! What a treasure!


  4. What a lovely gift! You have every right to be a proud mama! (P.S. I followed you over here from Stashbusters)

  5. :D And I always will be a mama's girl and proud of it!

  6. thank you all for your kind words, and Yes I know shes a keeper, not throwing her back for nothing lol

  7. Alas, my daughter doesn't slow down enough to sew. Once in a while she'll make a wonderful Halloween costume out of nothing without a pattern. Think what she could do with a quilt....grin.