Over the years, Pat has amazed both myself and all who attend with her incredible masterpieces. They've ranged from childre's items, to quilts, to formal wear, hand worked wallhangings, accessory items, and so many other things too numerous to mention! She executes everything to a high degree of perfection but presents it as though it is all so effortless.
After experiencing the loss of both her Mom and her Dad, Pat has put her hands to good work making lasting quilt gifts for family members, and for herself. Today, you have the chance to see see her in progress "precious memories" quilts which she describes in her own words in purple below:
"In total there are four quilts ( three brothers share one house)."
I still have to compose a label that will go on each quilt. The only one to complete is mine. The top is done & I need to create the backing. Hope to complete these in the next few days!"
"My folks were very simple people , both very creative. Mom was a homemaker most of her 87 years, crochet, needlework, minimal sewing. Dad served in the army out of high school, married his high school sweetheart, was a mechanic, welder extraordinaire! He welded until the day he died at age 89. They were married almost 69 years!"
Won't you join me in congratulating Pat on her incredible masterpieces?!? Please leave your comments and questions for Pat below.