Wednesday, August 24, 2022

A Gift For a Dear Friend's Sister

I took a break from quilting the wedding gift quilt to make a rush gift for a dear friend's sister.  She's undergoing breast cancer treatments.  I made this piece last year as a back for another quilt, you can see it here.  But it didn't workout well, so I saved it for something else.  I showed them some quilt top pictures and they picked this one.  Two weeks ago, I sent it to a longarmer to have it quilted and here it is.  I just finished the binding.


I named this quilt 'Sisters' Love' because I was so touched with the way they take care of each other.  Life is precious; to have someone devoted to you is a blessing.

Quilt stats;

Fabric:      Bella solids

Batting:    Warm and Natural

Backing:    Flannel

Size:          Prewash: 52" x 70", After wash: 50" x 67"

Quilted on a longarm by: Frances Farrand

Pattern: Splash of love 

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  1. What a cool looking quilt. I wish her all the best.

  2. Sweet finish! Sweet gift!!! Yes, wishing her the best!

  3. This is beautiful, Margo! How wonderful that you had a suitable quilt top on hand, finished and ready to go. Best wishes to your friend's sister!

  4. What a lovely gift for your friend to give to her sister. There is nothing like a comfort quilt when undergoing cancer treatment. They are warming and heartwarming.

  5. Margo, this is a beautiful quilt. How wonderful that your friend's sister will be comforted by it. Many thanks for linking up to TGIFF!

  6. What a pretty and thoughtful gift.


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