Thursday, September 19, 2013


Have you seen this before?  I started on it while attending a retreat in West Virginia when Mary Lou Weidman taught us how to make a story quilt.  Can you see what my story is?  Anyway, I was cleaning today, getting ready for visitors from out of state, and I found this quilt.  I came home from the retreat, worked on it for a bit and then put it aside when another project called my name.  Has that ever happened to you?  Maybe I can get back to it once my company is gone.

ON ANOTHER NOTE:  I love what Melody of Fibermania does.  Her colors are awesome.  She has a free pattern for you.

Until next time,

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!


Mary said...

You do need to finish up this quilt. It is wonderful. It is such a great story quilt.

Lynn said...

Oh my, Caroll! What a fabulous quilt. I don't remember seeing this before. You definitely should finish this.

Annie said...

I saw some of the outside border pieces, but I must have missed seeing the center. This is adorable. I love all the bright colors. These story quilts are all fabulous.

Mama Pea said...

Hope you finish it. It looks great!

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