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Jun 16, 2014

Monday, Monday

Judy at Patchworktimes, is a fantastic hostess. Each Monday she allows any quilter who wishes to participate, to show off his/her work or home projects. Sometimes I forget to just say thank you to her and that I really appreciate the space she allows us to share with one another.
Make sure you pop over so that you can see what others are up to on the wonderful Design Wall Monday!!

Another finish for me!!
I started this hand embroidery quilt when my mom had heart surgery about 2 years ago. The work kept me sane while she recovered after being released. That was a hair-raising experience but the doctors are excellent and she is now doing very well for the age of 80. 
Anyway, the other day I ran across the quilt top, decided to add a border and quilted it with black thread. I'll be donating it to my helping hands group next week. Maybe some child will become inspired and study Insects in Science or something.
And, hey, no teasing me about making this quilt when I'm so not into anything that flies, flutters, slithers, hops, crawls, meanders.......well you get the picture.....LOL!!

12 comments:

Gene Black said...

No teasing at all. It looks nice, I am sure some youngster will love it.

Joanne Lendaro said...

I remember you working on this one, good to see it finished. But, e-gads the spider!! I'm sure some little boy (most likely) or girl will just love it to death.

good work Rhonda!

Vicki W said...

That's a really cute quilt!

Vicki W said...

That's a really cute quilt!

Needled Mom said...

You HAVE to know that some young one is going to LOVE the buggy quilt. I remember when you were working on it.

Bonnie said...

Nice job. My DIL would love it.

Tammy said...

It looks great. And some lil boy will love those creepy crawlies

Ramona said...

It is a cool looking quilt. I like the black and white.

Lynn said...

I love the pictures of your family. How blessed you are.
Thank you for the chicken download.
Lynn
rlybutler@yahoo.com

Quilting Nonnie said...

I was deathly afraid of spiders when I was younger. Maybe a wonderful piece like yours would have made spiders more interesting than intimidating!

desertskyquilts said...

But it makes a GREAT quilt! You did a beautiful job, and I'm sure some child WILL love it and begin reading more about insects and science in general. Who could not be inspired by that?

Barb said...

What an awesome finish and with a story...

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