Something to share

I’ve been working on so many quilts recently that I’ve not been able to share… some for classes, some for new patterns

This one though, is one of a couple I’ve been making for pure pleasure to gift to people I love. I’ve been keeping them secret in case the recipients clue onto the gift before time.

I can finally share a project with you as today, I gave this quilt to a gorgeous friend who I just adore. She’s an amazing woman, wife, sister, mother, friend and nurse. These past weeks she needed a cup of tea, a block of chocolate and a great big hug. I think a quilt made with love is all of those things put together.

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Here is my hug for you lovely lady, you are an inspiration and such a fabulous friend, love ya lots!

The quilt :: St Louis 16 patch
Size :: 64″ 64″
Fabrics :: all Anna Maria Horner quilting cottons from many different ranges. Backed with AMH Flannel
Quilting :: by me using Heidi’s longarm

5 thoughts on “Something to share

  1. Bee

    You’re a beautiful, generous woman lovely lady. The recipient of this quilt (and I’m pretty sure I know who it is) is a lucky person to have you in her life.

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  2. Charlotte

    such beautiful colours! I love that pattern – it is simultaneously simple and yet complex. Really gorgeous

    Reply
    1. procrasticraft Post author

      I find it really interesting Charlotte, how something so simple can be brought to life with the right fabric choices! These may or may not be right though, they were very dependent on my taste after a few (too many) glasses of bubbly!

      Reply

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