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. 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. 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. 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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