We really love to see our Facebook Group members interact and share their finished quilts. Here we highlight the best 10 Facebook group posts for the month of April.
1. Baby Quilts by Christine Young from Alabama
” People have told me these are not considered quilts. I made it all by hand for some babies in my family. I feel they are , am I wrong? ” – Christine Young
2. Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss by Faith Ann Fuhs from North Carolina
” My latest project. I’m not sure about a border. I may just choose one of the colors and do a thin binding. Thoughts? ” – Faith Ann Fuhs
3. Morning Star by DeEtta Kooken from Kansas
” My latest jewel! ” – DeEtta Kooken
4. An inspiring story from Sandy Legler Keith on how she started to quilt.
“I was in my late 30s when I decided I wanted to make quilts like my two grandmas did. So off to Adult Ed I went. One class and I was hooked. I was already a competent seamstress but making a quilt was so much different. I had to make my own templates, draw them on the back of the fabric, cut them out with scissors and in class, we had to stitch the pieces by hand. I had sewn for years so I had a decent supply of scraps. So did my mom and my maternal grandma. My very first quilt was the double wedding ring. It took me a year to make it. Then I showed it to my now grown and married daughter and she began recognizing many of the fabrics and she was so in love with the quilt that I gave it to her. I am now 81 and still quilting and all of my children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren have quilts made especially for them. What I am most thankful for is the invention of the rotary cutter, rulers, cutting mats….You get the picture. Quilting now goes so much faster and that’s a good thing because I’m not getting any younger.” – Sandy Legler Keith
5. Super Simple Squares by Karen Rodriguez
“This is my latest project. I have a granddaughter who is moving away to go to college. I will give this to her for her high school graduation. I’m fairly new at this and love how this turned out. My supervisor likes it too Can’t wait to get it finished.” – Karen Rodriguez
6. Flea Market Flowers by Donna Cox
” Working on Lori Holt’s design. Only 5 blocks to go, may never want to make another Dresden flower again! ” – Donna Cox
7. A quilt pattern using the Less Than Traditional Technique by Roberta Humphreys from California
“Made for my mother’s 80th birthday” – Roberta Humphreys
8. A quilt for Deborah Eddleman’s Sister in Law
” Made this for my sister n law. Was going to make me one but won’t make another. A lot of work ” – Deborah Eddleman
9. Bonnet Ladies by Barbara Blodgett
“A quilt I just finished! I need to quilt and bind it yet!” – Barbara Blodgett
10. Nesting Pieced Quilt Pattern by Dorothea Touchet from Arizona
” Just finished! ” – Dorothea Touchet
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