Thursday, February 19, 2015

Memory Quilt

In the mornings, right after I get up and of course after feeding the cats, I work on this quilt.  If I just work an hour a day I get so much done.  The latest work has been on embroidering the bottom border.  If you wonder what the story is behind this quilt please go to the top of the blog under the banner and click into the page "CJD and the quilt".

The next part I need to address is filling in the area with the last hearts. Unfortunately I never have a problem coming up with names to add to my quilt. 

I will be tracing, writing and embroidering for the next few weeks. 

It's so comforting to see progress on this.

Thanks for stopping. 


Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Thanks for visiting my blog, Robin, and your nice comment! : ) It sounds like you are pretty close. I took a trip into Indiana with my daughter this past Fall to a flea market/farmer's market that everyone here seems to know about. I'm sure you know it, but I can't think of the name of it. It was a nice drive.

This is a beautiful quilt. I love all the hearts.

Lori said...

What a terrible disease but a wonderful quilt to remember those who have been lost to it.
You are a no reply commenter and I could not find an email address for me. How are you involved with the Haiti orphanage? What a project! Bless all who are helping!