Sunday, 14 October 2007

Lucky Girl

A while ago I was reading on someone blog that as a quilter no one ever thought to give them a quilt as a gift. Over the years I have been lucky to be given a few quilts from my Mum. This one was given to me when I was 22 and is well worn and love. DH would prefer something with a little less pink in it. Below is a small Wall hanging, that hangs in my sewing room.
When I was home I saw a redwork that my mum had made, it had very traditional scenes, I strongly hinted that I would like one but with Australian scenes. The following Christmas guess what I got. This is my favourite lap quilt, it likes in my living room and is my go to quilt on chilly evenings.
The next quilt came as a total surprise. I just love all the bead work in it. At our old house I had this on the bedroom wall, I am planning on putting it up in my sewing room.
This last quilt I saw when I was home, I had said I liked it and didn't think much more about it. The following Christmas this was my gift. This is hanging it the small guess bedroom.
I really like these quilt and just how different they are than the quilts I make. I am still in awe that all these are hand stitched and quilted.

4 comments:

Quilting Mama said...

You ARE lucky!

I've received a few quilty gifts along the way. A couple of lap quilts and several smaller wallhangings and table runners. They are special to me because I know what goes into them.

Those are all just beautiful!

Jodie said...

wow you are blessed!

meggie said...

Oh how lovely they all are!
My daughter makes quilts, but she always loves a gift of one of mine.

Nicole said...

The only quilt I have ever been given is an antique quilt that my husband's great grandma made. Believe it or not, I think that inspired me to try my own hand at quilting.