Jan. 29, Hand quilt along update…

It’s time again to show our quilty treasures.🙂

So glad Kathy came up with this hand quilting blog updates,I so enjoy seeing each ones tastes in color and pattern choices. Keep it up blogging friends.😊

I had to go into storage to find my next project,I went though some tubs looking for a small quilt to work on,as this camper really isn’t meant to be doing queen size quilts.

I came across this little treasure,blocks that were hand sewn by hubby’s great grand mother.

I was going to straighten some of the wonky blocks but hubby said he wanted it just as it was….So it is just as it is.😀

I also found the old flour sack fabric that I had hoarded away that was from my grandma. It has some staining on it,I’m hoping that I can get it out with a little peroxide and sunshine. I want to keep the blue lines in it so I’ll have to be careful.

A simple x in each block will be quilted in this oldie,as I think it will match the quilts era.

Second project that I’m working on,love these little girls.🥰 this painting is from a photo that my daughter took.

After a little snooze here I’m look in to see what’s happening in your quilting world.🙂

Hand Quilt Along Links

This Hand Quilt Along is an opportunity for hand quilters and piecers to share and motivate one another. We post every three weeks, to show our progress and encourage one another.  If you have a hand quilting project and would like to join our group contact Kathy at the link below.

Kathy, Margaret,Nanette, Sharon, Karrin, Daisy, Connie, and Cathie


Author: Deb

I'm a wife, Mom mom, and a quilter. I also enjoy nature , history and flowers.

12 thoughts on “Jan. 29, Hand quilt along update…”

  1. Truly, what a little treasure you have with this quilt top. I agree, keep it the way great grandma originally did it. I actually remember you share that or a similar photo. Who could miss those gorgeous golden girls 🙂

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    1. I did share that photo once before, and I think you mentioned that I should do a postcard or something like that. I decided it would be fun to try to be it in a painting! I’m glad I did!

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  2. Perhaps you can try using a product called Restoration on your feedsack. It is a product that takes out stains on vintage linens and quilts. I’ve used it and it works extremely well!

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