Thursday, July 13, 2017
I hope Cousin Riley likes this Happy Scrappy for her high school graduation. Congratulations, Riley, job well done. We are proud of you! My what a beautiful young lady you've become!
Posted by gammill girl at 6:27 PM
Saturday, July 8, 2017
It is so exciting! Neal and Amy are having a baby boy. And this quilt is mostly made of Neal's Mom, Kathy's fabrics. I've saved this fabric for years and years. I think it turned out really sweet and I sure hope Neal and Amy love it.
Posted by gammill girl at 5:50 PM
Saturday, June 24, 2017
I remember sweet Kaylynn as a young student, then later at my high school, and now she has graduated from college! I'd say she deserves a Happy Scrappy! Congratulations, Kaylynn, you are as beautiful on the inside as the outside!
Posted by gammill girl at 3:05 PM
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Dear patient Cathy being so kind as other quilts jumped in front of her sweet Sweet Pea quilt. Finally started quilting it today. Using the wonderful fabric as inspiration: border is getting floral and leaves and curly-q's quilting; squares are getting sweet pea tendrils; and the polka-dot mini border is getting Peas. Funseys!
Posted by gammill girl at 5:52 PM
Monday, June 12, 2017
I know, I know... you are asking me, "What? You are now making quilts for puppies?" Well, yes, I am. And loving every minute of it. Because I am so happy for Bill & Marcy to be getting a new Golden Retriever. And I think this is so much fun, that I want to be part of it! So there. Ha, ha, ha, I'm a puppy-quilt-maker. :)
Posted by gammill girl at 5:42 PM
Thursday, June 8, 2017
I'm sure enjoying quilting this flea market find of Marleines. Sooooo many different fabrics. I can't tell if it is true vintage, or reproduction fabrics. The fabrics are wonky and made from a variety of textiles; not to mention cut on the bias. So it is a bit ripply, but that makes it even more fun. Today is a grey sky, drizzly summer day, perfect for long arming and anticipating having it on Dick & Marleine's bed when they arrive in July!
Posted by gammill girl at 12:46 PM