I’ve got quilts in closets, quilts under beds, quilts on beds, quilts hanging in stores as class samples and two bowls full of quilts that are used daily in the living room. Most made by me, some created by my Mom and a few tied quilts by Jeffrey’s Grandmother that he used as a kid.
I’m a true believer in quilts being used, so some of mine needed to find loving homes.
The baby cross quilt stayed somewhat local. Safely delivered to a new baby in Spokane. The new mother, a dear friend of mine is a true lover of fabric.
The free-motion orange peel quilting on this is so fun and the same that I used on the Leftovers Quilt below.
I don’t think I’ve ever meet a charm square quilt I didn’t like and all the extra 4.5″ squares from my Scrappy Sunshine magic number quilt needed a home. Leftovers will travel back home to Northern Ireland with my niece Ella this month.
Roan’s remake of it now lives on his bed, so this quilt still is with me in a way.
I’m sure more will find homes as the pile increases again, but I do have a few that will live with me forever. What do you do with most of your quilts?