Apple Core Quilt – maker unknown This quilt is a true treasure. While we don’t know who actually made it, we know it was someone in Brenda’s family. This quilt is depression era quilting at its finest. They cut every piece of clothing they had to make this quilt. Many of the pieces have seams… Continue reading Vintage Quilt Series – Part 7
I had to save one for last, and I chose this one! I think this is the oldest one out of all her quilts, and it is completey hand pieced and hand quilted! I love hexagon quilts, and they take so much time to do. This pattern is a variation of grandmothers garden. All of… Continue reading Vintage Quilt Series – Part 6
If you have an iPhone, you can now follow me on Ello! If you have an android phone, then you have to go to the Ello website to view it. With the changes on instagram coming up, not sure how it will pan out, so I am using other venues to view all my crafty friends… Continue reading I am now on Ello
Since I had such a long delay in posts, I am treating you to a second post this week! I am excited about this quilt. It is the first quilt that is not “scrappy” in that it has a set fabric for the pattern. It appears that either she had large amounts of the same… Continue reading Vintage Quilt Series – Part 5
Sorry for the long delay between postings! Things have been a little busy at work the past few weeks. Here is another beautiful quilt made by Granny Hallum. It is a classic block, that she made a little special by making the start points all scrappy strips! This block is a classic Priscilla block,… Continue reading Vintage Quilt Series – Part 4
I have revamped my label… again! Do you label your quilts or other various projects? If so, how?