Quilting 101

Look at what my sweet girls made!! They all used the sewing machine by themselves, with me sitting next to them. Brooklyn was a little spazy like normal…Faith got bored..Liberty had no fear of the machine at all and went full force..it’s amazing how different sisters this close in age can be. Trinity just sat and watched and told me to make one for her, thank goodness!

They plan to finish with hand quilting and use these as doll blankets. Didn’t they do a great job?



  • Anonymous

    IM SO PROUD OF MY GRAND-DAUGHTERS! LIBERTY, YOU GO GIRL! WHEN YOU GET BETTER AT IT YOU CAN MAKE MIMI A QUILT, OH HOW SPECIAL THAT WOULD BE FOR ME.
    WELL THE CABBAGE PATCH BABIES WILL BE THERE IN A FEW WEEKS SO YOU CAN USE YOUR NEWLY MADE QUILTS ON THEM. (they have airline tickets with me)

    LOVE MIMI

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/16735683481473386385 Beka

    Great job! I used to do a lot of quilting before we started playing bluegrass, and I think it’s a lot of fun! Keep up the good work!

  • Anonymous

    Wow! How beautiful all the quilts are! Was the material purchased in Portugal? If so, I bet that was quite a shopping trip. 🙂
    The girls are growing into talented young ladies. I love them so and it’s delightful watching them grow, even by long distance. Now, tell us, did Justice want to quilt too? Some of the world’s most talented and artistic quilters are men that quilt landscapes.

    Love,
    AS

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/06020464668223729326 Sellers Family

    We sure did miss ya’ll this week at campmeeting. It was great to get the call from Portugal while we were there. I’ve posted some pictures.
    Love,
    Sandy

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/00859488167015452608 Tori

    Wonderful job!! Looks like furture quilters to me.

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