Quilt’s of Love!


Hello fellow followers,

I hope your new year, is off to a wonderful start! Can you believe it’s 2019, it’s a new year of Hope. Along with spreading Joy and doing random acts of kindness.

With that being said, I want to share five beautiful “Quilts Of Valor” with you that Carolyn, so lovingly made. For Veteran’s who have bravely served are country.

The first quilt, is such a wonderful patriotic quilt.

The second quilt, is also of a majestic eagle.

The third quilt is so beautiful “The Land Of Liberty” such a timeless quote.

The fourth quilt, is a special “United States Air Force” quilt I love how each quilt is so special!

The fifth quilt was made for a lady Veteran, this quilt is so beautifully made.

I think what Carolyn, does for Veterans is so meaningful and such a heartfelt blessing. For those who receive her quilts I admire her giving heart she’s such a blessing to so many people including myself!

This year, I would like to ask you, all to do one thing for me. “Spread Kindness Like Confetti” See the change, it can make in just one person’s life, it just may change your perspective on life and bring you peace and serenity, in this new year.

Have a Blessed “New Year” as well as a

🧵Sew Happy Day!


Colors of the Rainbow.

Hello Friend’s

It’s another cold blustery day in the PNW. But I have been surrounded by a rainbow, of beautiful quilts sent to me by a dear friend.

The first one is a beautiful tree skirt, with the cutest little birds on it. I love the way, this tree skirt is not round! It adds to the dimension and movement in the festive design.

The next quilt, was so amazing! It was English paper pieced, with the free floating stars and triangles then framed with a lovely grey background. Which was a lot of fun to add more dimension and fluidity to the quilt.

The third quilt is one of my favorite’s with the beautiful Libs Elliott, fabrics in a array of cheerful colors, it really brightened my day!!

I hope you enjoy the pictures of these gorgeous quilts as much as I did Quilting them all up.

Thank you, Sally it was a pleasure to work with you again! Until next time “Have a Sew Happy Day”