Date is Saturday April 13. Time is 9:30AM to 12:30PM.
Just a few weeks ago, a customer called us and asked us if we could make a special T-Shirt Quilt for her as a gift for her loved one before Christmas. Although I was pretty well booked, my husband John said he would have time to help me complete the quilt, and have it done before Christmas. T-Shirt quilts make wonderful gifts, as was this one, now completed. Much like a memory quilt (with pictures on the quilt top) T-shirt quilts bring back those warm memories of that loved one and times spent together, while adding warmth while the the quilt is in use. This is just one of many possible quilt top patterns, and in this case, just what our customer wanted. John and I both enjoy sharing the joys of Christmas with our very special customers!
John and I wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Although life is full of challenges of all sorts, it brings peace to our hearts to know that we have Jesus Christ in our home and in our lives. We pray that this Christmas season will bring you closer to our savior, that you may know Him better and better.
May God bless you and keep you safe.
Recently I completed a custom quilted bedroom package including a custom quilt, throw pillows, and bed skirt that you see in my customer’s picture here. The package also included custom pillow shams not shown in this picture. If you have interest in a bedroom custom made quilting package, I also piece and custom quilt curtains or drapes to match your interior design. In this package, I pieced all the various options mentioned and custom quilted them, including all finish edge binding, complete and ready to use. I have also discussed a custom wall hanging to match this bedroom set or for decoration in another room with my customer Judy. A special thanks to Judy for supplying this photograph of her completed quilt set!
Please feel free to contact my about your custom quilting interests.
Thanks for your comments and posts! We appreciate your thoughts, ideas and feedback. I would like to ask that you limit your posts to the subject of quilting, quilt art, quilt piecing, hand or machine quilting, sewing, fabric and other notions directly related to quilts and quilt making. I have had some postings from folks who are in other industries, selling or advertising their products. My blog followers want blog content that is relivent to life as a quilter. Thanks, Pam