We have another special quilt by Granny Hallum. This quilt was hand pieced, and machine quilted. It is a beautiful hexagon quilt. I love that she chose white as the divider color. It really makes all the rich colors stand out. This is a large quilt for such tiny hexagons. I can only imagine how… Continue reading Vintage Quilt Series – Part 3
Do you have quilting notions you love or just can’t live without? I know I do! These are my favorites.
Over Christmas break I was so excited my mother-in-law, Brenda, broke out some of her family quilts. They are beautiful, and I am excited to show them to you! Granny Hallum is Clayton’s mom, Clayton & Mary (pictured) are Brenda’s parents, and Brenda is my husband’s stepmom. Granny Hallum made several of the quilts I will… Continue reading Vintage Quilt Series – Part 2
I have been busy the past few weeks getting some quilt tops done that I have had laying around. These two quilt tops are the remaining charm squares left over from Quilt 013. They have identical squares, just arranged differently! Both quilts are set on point; this is my first time doing anything on point!… Continue reading Unfinished Projects
I am going to start a new series on old quilts within my family or my husband’s family. There are some beautiful quilts, and I want to share them with you all! To kick this off: Quilt Bears My mom’s side of the family has a few quilts, but many of them were in various states… Continue reading Vintage Quilt Series – Part 1