Another quilt top rescued

My friend and I went to a porch sale, and she scored this wonderful, although wonky, Grandmother’s Flower Garden quilt. custodia protettiva iphone 6s It was not rectangular, it was crazy wobbly at the edges, it was not symmetrical, it had a LOT of issuesDSC07562But it turned out to be a spectacular quilt. custodia red iphone x It took many hours, but it was a pure joy to bring it to life. custodia piquadro iphone 6 plus Don’t you wonder what the original maker would say (or think) now that it is done? I can imagine that she would be very proud and happy that it is now a useful item. custodia guscio iphone 8 DSC07563I recently saw an extensive display of antique quilt tops turned into quilts at Road to California Quilt Conference. custodia iphone 8 plus antiurto I was inspired to finish even more of the antique tops I own. custodia iphone 7 plus con anello Where to start though? DSC07564Here is a real close up of the quilting I did to put it into submission.

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3 Responses to Another quilt top rescued

  1. Amy Kay says:

    Love it, love it, love it! It is such a happy quilt. Nice creative quilting around the flowers!

  2. Sue Winkel says:

    Love it. It is beautiful!!

  3. Debby Couey says:

    Nice job, Pam! Hope there are enough quilters growing up now to finish our unfinished items 🙂 Up to us to get them trained up.

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