Monday, September 12, 2011
Sunday, February 6, 2011
These quilt pieces went thru a journey I had hoped would never happen, but it did. Forgiveness came easy when I understood why these were taken. She told me that Sunbonnet Sue's reminded her of herself and how she never wanted to show her face because of the pains she had which were emotional. I am making her one in her favorite colors. These blocks and many other Sunbonnet Sue blocks I continued to work on while praying for these to be returned went to my Sister Barb in quilt for her.
Throughout the evening the winds howled blowing snow in all different directions and before nightfall began noticing how this winter blessing of moisture was changing our part of the scenery. I awoke the next morning anticipating anything of worse. This is the first thing I saw that morning when looking out the window from the upper level of our home. ......This Heart In the Snow!
May it only take a brisk wind to change the scenery of ones heart....................just a simple thought
Monday, January 31, 2011
This is my 1st Grandaughter Rashele and her Uncle Danny. This quilt was made for my gorgeous Niece Shiloh!
This quilt was made for my Sister Kathy who felt it would be more fitting for her 1st Daughter Rachel so that is who now owns it. It is the tennessee star block or 54-40 block by Eleanor Burns.
This is my Grandaughter again on Uncle Danny's first Christmas Quilt, doesn't she make the quilt more beautiful!?
This is Lil' Miss Kiki who is now a member of our Family. My Sister Cindi who has a heart for children adopted her and this is the adoption quilt which had a poem that I wrote for her along with it.
This is my handsome Nephew Chris. Interesting quilt I did for him I might add!
Of course, this is my 1st Grandaughter and the 1st Quilt I ever made!
This is sweet MacKenzie! She is the Niece of Heather and Grandaughter to Ann. Her Mother is Ann's daughter Becky. Praying for you Becky!
The top one is the birthday quilt about my Mom and this bottom one is a log cabin that my Mother now owns. I know why I gave it to her, its very personal.