We have received a wonderful donation from a friend, Joanie Brumley: three beautifully pieced quilt tops, made by her husband's grandmother. Here is their story, in Joanie's words.
|This quilt has pink leaves on the back, with blue, black & white binding.|
|The squares are 2.5"|
|Its overall size is 7'6" by 5'8.5"|
|The overall size of this quilt is 6'8" by 4'9"|
|It has a gray-brown flannel backing with brown polka-dot binding|
|The squares on this quilt are 1.5"|
|This quilt measures 7'1" by 7'7" overall!|
|It has polka-dot backing (blue on white), and a light-brown binding (with turquoise edging on the top)|
|The squares are 1.5"|
|The fabrics used in each one of the quilts are delightful!|
Our friend, Joan Morey of Henhouse Quilts in Shelton, WA, finished these gorgeous quilt tops, with binding, batting, backing and beautiful stitches, using her long-arm quilting machine.
We can't quite put into words how lovely they are, and how thankful we are!
Because these works of art contain rare, old and re-purposed fabrics, we cannot donate them to patients in the hospital. However,
we can offer them
Stay tuned for more news about the auction...