Remember that column in the old Family Circle, Woman’s Day or Redbook magazine, “Can this marriage be saved?” Well, that’s a little bit how I feel about this quilt. apple custodia in pelle iphone se I even ask myself, is it worth it? It is so frail, so worn, so lumpy, so. custodia bmw iphone x . custodia tpu iphone 7 plus . cool!It’s an old album quilt that is tied, has some bumpy cotton wads that used to be batting. I’m up for the challenge! I’m going to give it a try.Whoah! look what’s inside! It’s totally wadded up.Here’s what came out of it. Not a single flat piece of batting in the whole thing.These are all the colorful ties that came out of it. custodia iphone 6 serie tv I’m saving the “guts” for a funky primitive project that I’ll tell you about if I ever get around to it.Here it is, single layer. You can see what shape it’s in. custodia iphone 6s adidas Shall I quit? No!Look how pretty it is. It deserves to be rescued.The names are so sweet. I’m going to have my daughter do a little research on the names and see if we can find some connection to the present. Wouldn’t it be fun to find a living relative? Or, where it originated from? Oh, if only quilts could talk! That’s why a label is so important. I’m going to give it a gentle soak now before proceeding on with the next step. All major seam failures have been repaired.
Hi Pam:). You go girl!! If anyone can do it you can!! So cool!! Love ya:)
Sue, You’re the best! You always have been such a cheerleader. LOVE IT. Thanks
Mom, I love it!! I want to make a guess as to how you’re going to use the old guts of the quilt: Are you going to use it as hair for a doll, or clouds for something?
Great guess for use of the guts, but no. You mentioned “doll” and that is a lukewarm possibility of sorts. Keep guessing!