It's no secret that I am a traditional quilter.
I love old fashioned quilts.
I love Antique quilts.
I even love the old, well loved quilts that are folded up on my shelves!
This beauty, was made by Barb. Such a classic look, especially for fall.
This was made with Andover's Little House On The Prairie fabric.
We are beginning to decorate for our Pumpkin Painting. I wish all of the posts had quilts!
You can see the Little House on the Prairie logo, and the Cabin in the Woods!
I loved those books. I remember looking forward to my 2nd grade teacher, reading then
each day after our lunch recess.
And the Baptist Fan quilting is perfect.
Thanks @keepingitsimplequilts @pamjcole
The little surprise, covered wagons on the back, make me happy!
This little baby quilt was made for my 3rd son, by a group of quilting friends.
It's worn and tattered, and the fabrics are funky, but I love it.
I made this Steak Of Lightning quilt, for my 2nd son,
when he was going into a big boy bed.
It is soft and stained. Oh, so loved.
I started the embroidery in the center of the blocks, when I was in High School!
My aunt was having a baby, and I wanted to make something. My mom and I took the
bus, to downtown Seattle. There was a large Woolworth store, with lots
of crafts in the downstairs. These were stamped cross stitch blocks.
I didn't finish them, in time for that baby.
When I was expecting my 1st baby, I got them out, and finished the cross stitch.
It was about 4 years later, that I took my first Quilt Class. I hauled these bunnies out, one more time
and made them into a quilt! I am amazed at my persistence!
I hope you have a lovely fall day, filled with quilty love!