Sunday, June 29, 2008

I'm so proud!

Wow, this is the most beautiful quilt I've ever made! Yes, yes, yes, I will make another and another and another. It turned out so great and from far away, you can't see that I didn't match every seam perfectly. I'm proud to say this quilt is going to a wounded solier for the Quilts of Valor program to say thanks for serving our country.
Won't you join me in making one just like it?
Here's the link again to the pattern.


Erzebat said...

wow! great work kiddo! I am planning to make one myself! several in fact. I have enough stash to make them. the soldier that receives that one will treasure it always! (mauh) Liz

Kathie said...

Beautiful and for such a wonderful cause. All three of my son-in-laws are in the military and our oldest daughter just got out of the military after serving for almost 11 years. Our 19 year old son is seriously thinking about the military now that he has finished high school. People like me truly appreciate what you are doing.
Blessings from Costa Rica

Alycia said...

Oh you should be proud!! That turned out wonderful!!! You are really going to town on the sewing Girl!

Roslyn Atwood said...

That turned out great-I will make one eventually!

marilyn said...

hi mom. I really like this quilt. It's cool and the fabric is nice...not weird with grass or anything, though I guess that stuff is okay too...