Thursday, January 3, 2013

Made His Way

This was a very exciting quilt I made using soooo many scraps that it's not funny!
The name of my quilt is "Made His Way" and this quilt WON my second Best of Show at the Kansas State Fair.
One of my very favorite patterns the "Pineapple", executed fantastically!
What I love about scrap quilts is remembering all of the stories about how and when I bought or received each piece.  One piece is special as it had been worn by my late Mother.  The first thing I do every time I pull out this quilt is look for that piece....it's sort of a special game for me.

2 comments:

  1. Hi Chris.....I love this quilt so very much...I have had Gretchen on my mind of late...which is her piece ?? I think of you and Kevin so very often.
    Much Love & Hugs to you both !!
    Margo

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