Visiting Quilts

Welcome to my room at my parents house! There is something I find so neat when I visit my family about the fact that I get to visit the quilts that I love and spent hours making.  In my room is the quilt I made for my dad when he was recovering from Tuberculosis last year.  This is my Dizzying Diamonds pattern.

In Anne’s room, she is sleeping with the purple quilt I made for my mom’s birthday last year:

In my mom’s room, on her favorite recliner is the quilt I made for her in honor of my grandma. It was supposed to be a chemo quilt for my grandma, but the cancer took my grandma before my mom ever had a chance to make it.

FMQ Flowers I’m not sure why I don’t have a full size picture of this one.

Tomorrow we will decorate for Christmas, and yet another quilt will come out. The first quilt I ever made for my mom was a log cabin Christmas quilt. It is fun to visit and see a bit of my progression in quilting.

I hope everyone is having a lovely start to their holiday season!


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5 Responses to Visiting Quilts

  1. Glad you get to visit your Mom and see the quilts being used and sleeping under them. It’ is a great feeling when our quilts are loved.

  2. Michele says:

    I also happy you are visiting me!

  3. Susan says:

    How wonderful that you get to see them again, and that they have them out and actually use them. I love it when a gift is used!

  4. Connie says:

    Enjoy your visit and how fun to revisit your quilts!! I always love doing that when I go to my daughter’s house.

  5. Katy says:

    How nice to come home to visit them. There will be some at my parents’ house, but I’ll be bringing my own!

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