ever been to North Dakota.
Do you have any idea what this is made from?
Selvedge edges from fabric. Isn't it fantastic? To quote "I absolutely loved doing this one and have another in progress. No sense throwing out those selvage ends and I received little bags from gals on quilting sites...."This was made from a kit from Connecting Threads, one of Gloria's favourite online quilt shops. I think you've seen them mentioned a time or two on this blog. (Watch for a new flannel line coming soon, but don't buy it all up on us. I want some of it too.)
"The embroidery block is from a Raggedy Ann quilt that I did for my granddaughter with the same name. It was a block of the month from an on line site. It was really fun to do that one... Embroidery is an enjoyable way of making blocks. I also enjoy paper piecing , foundation piecing and applique."
Remember my L'il Twister from last year. Gloria made this one (which I love) and taught it in a workshop. I have every intention to make this one. Wish I lived in N. Dakota and taken the class.
We always save the best for last. This is it. I love this piece.
Those of us that live in the north country get to see this every fall and we never tire of it.
"The fall quilt was made for my folks to remind them of our lake place in ND when they headed south for the winter. It was a kit from Keepsake Quilting."