I am sharing my quilts with you on my blog. I shall try to put a new one on it the beginning of the month every month (if I live long enough....ha) Does that tell you how many quilts I've made and kept in my quilting career. I have made oodles that I've given away as presents for some reason or another. I even forgot to take pictures of several of them.
Today's quilt is a celebration quilt that I made in honor of Sweet Precious Mr. Whoozy, my husband at this writing, and my deceased 1st husband Sweet Dear Dave. I married one of them on the 23rd of December and the other one Dec. 28th. I love Christmas weddings. It is hectic getting ready for one, but so beautiful to decorate the church for such an occasion at Christmas time.
This quilt is mostly applique, mostly done by hand with pieced blocks here and there. It is highly embellished, so I hope you'll enjoy looking at each block while you're here at my blog.
Being a musician, the music blocks are the actual notes to "Here Comes the Bride." The little "bow tie" blocks are fun to piece and they are on the bottom row of the quilt. Paper pieced little church and hearts are also fun to make. I love poinsettias, so they are my own pattern.
The use of so much red and green just makes the quilt cheery!
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL OF YOU QUILTERS OUT THERE.
I PRAY FOR A WONDERFUL NEW YEAR, WITH GOOD HEALTH FOR ALL. QUILTERS LIVE A LONG LIFE, DUE TO THE SOCIAL INTERACTION WITH OTHER QUILTERS. STITCH, STITCH, STITCH!!