I've had a little quilt for The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative on the short list for too long! So...here she is - a little reproduction fabric one patch with no fabric repeats. I hand quilted it. Not sure when it will come up for sale, probably August. I was motivated after meeting Lori at Humble Quilts and Sue at I Sew Quilts UK, (See its an International effort!) in NYC, and the posts from Lynda at Paper Napkin Poetry.
What's this have to do with my gallery wall? I will be re-making this quilt - it is much cuter than my phone photography makes it look!
After repainting almost every wall in our last home we sold, I've decided to use less paint and more quilts on the wall in the new place. I've always wanted my own gallery!
Before: (Technically, 'The Wall' is three walls....Lucky me)
Here's the start of "The Gallery"
This is the finished quilt - I had shared fabric with Kathie, she posted about her top.
Here's a corner flipped back for a better view:
This little quilt was so fun I made a smaller version.
Smaller blocks, bed post corners and all knife edge.
|Can you tell I gave it a little age?|
I didn't get any of my samplers or needlework tools pulled for this post - more to come.
However, Pat recently posted about hers - and some doll quilts.
Margaret has beautiful work HERE.
I'll be adding to the gallery wall with old and new little quilts as well as more of my collection.
Thanks for stopping by - have a great week!