One of my quilting group’s favorite members moved from the beautiful north to the beautiful south recently. The ladies in the group did not want to let this momentous event pass without making a little signature quilt for our dear friend. We chose fabrics we knew Sharon would love and we kept it simple. Three inch Rail Fence blocks with signatures and memento inscriptions in the light colored center patches. All her local quilting friends signed and several of Sharon’s favorite quilt shops and quilting camps were inscribed. We thought the result was sweet if not quite as sweet as Sharon:
The backing and label:
Sharon, we will miss you, but hope to keep in touch via the phone and internet!
Missing your posts!!
I talked with Sharon last week and they are settling in to their new home. She said this little signature quilt means so much to her. Beautiful quilting, Joyce, really finished it off. Lillian
I talked with Sharon last week and they are settling in, but, she is still VERY busy! And misses us all, terribly…She says this little signature quilt means so much to her…Lovely quilting, Joyce, it finishes it off very nicely.
You did an amazing job with this quilt. Thank you so much for making this happen. I know Sharon will cherish it along with the memories of our crazy quilt let group!!!!!!
THANKS, JOYCE, FOR YOUR BLOG AND YOUR PATIENCE WITH ALL OF US, ESPECIALLY ME. I KNEW SHARON WOULD BE PLEASED, IT IS SO LOVELY. WE WILL MISS HER, WON’T
A charming farewell quilt and that map fabric on the back is wonderful too. New or from your stash? I have a daughter that loves maps.
Thank you for your comment, Sue. The fabric was from the Patisserie Collection by Fig Tree & Co for Moda. I think it came out in 2008 or 2009.