Thursday, May 25, 2017
SHEILA'S HANDMADE QUILTS
The first quilt, she made the Feathered Star for her oldest grandaughter, Stephanie, to take to college. She picked out the pattern and fabric.
The second quilt, was Reach for the Stars, made for David and Theresa's wedding in 1990 when they were on their was to Houston to work for NASA.
The Third was: North Carolina Lily, she always loved the red and green quilts.
The Fourth is: Mama's Garden Baskets. Two of these blocks were her mom's embroidery patterns, the Tulips and the Roses.
The Fifth Quilt is: New York Beauty or Rocky Road. She did this one all by hand. She didn't do the Wing Rose on the wall, I bought that one.
The Sixth Quilt: Dear Bridey, done in memory of her grandmother, Mary Bridget. Some of the quilt patterns that she had done, and other blocks and photos relating to her life.
Quilt Seven is: Feathered Star.
Quilt Eight: Bryan Family Album of Memories, telling the story of the women in our family.
Quilt Nine: Bryan Family Album Quilt.
I thank Sheila for sending us the pictures and telling us about her beautiful quilts. It is so very kind of her. They are all beautiful.