Years ago while working at CCAC one of my tasks was to share certain stats with someone named Pam who worked for VON…her name was Pam and we often chatted about life a little. I knew that she was interested in quilting esp for when she retired. She also had told me that they had bought a camp (aka cottage in other areas) at one of our favourite fishing lakes.
Now years later we have met in person and she has given me the privilege to quilt some of the quilts that she is making for her grandchildren. This first one is made using Dresden plate as flowers each flower has writing on it from family members.
She had already embellished this top so we discussed quilting ideas other than a pantograph. Working from the front of the machine and what I call doodling with some added traced designs from a book by Judy Madsen this quilt left with its happy maker.
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Another glorious quilt! Made more so by your gorgeous quilting work!