Thursday, April 28, 2011

Nana's Quilt

I recently made a quilt for a friend. She is also my grandchildren--Roman, Bella and Ada's--nana. (Their other grandmother). She loves bright fabrics and had some Mary Englebright panels that she gave to me when she recently moved. She also had a stack of pretty pre-cut black squares with tiny red flowers on them. So, I decided to add some of my fabrics, some of them from a bag of pre-cut squares that I got at an estate sale (the smallest squares in this photo.) Here's what the finished product looks like.




My granddaughter, Bella, is pictured here wrapped up in the quilt with her little friend. They enjoyed a few giggles together!

7 comments:

Marlene said...

Beautiful quilt Linda, and beautiful little girls.

art2cee2 said...

Beautiful quilt! I just love the variations and colors of quilts. :-)

Julia said...

What a beautiful quilt! Thanks for stopping by my blog.

memoriesforlifescrapbooks said...

Great quilt! And the girls look so cute wrapped up in it :)

Re said...

Beautiful, you and the quilt!

So sorry to hear that you have lost your job. Another is on the horizon, I just felt it to be so.

Hugs,
~Re

P.S. Would you like for me to take over JOP for a bit until you are ready to resume again????

Russo said...

The quilt is stunning, you have a great talent. I love the pic with the lil grandkids, so precious.

HomeMadeOriginals said...

What a wonderful quilt!