When you go off to college, you need a quilt for your dorm room. Here are two great examples. The girls chose the fabrics for their quilts, and I think possibly the patterns. "Aunt Pam" quickly pieced them and we were able to get them to the girls before they left for school. I love the log cabin that is off set, and made from leftovers of the girls clothes from when they were growing up.This green batiks quilt is made up of lots and lots and lots of flying geese units. Wow. Way to go Pam.
After binding it, Sara add many little crystals as decorations on the tree, and to add stars to the sky behind the tree. In addition, she was then gracious enough to allow me to borrow the quilt for display in my booth at NW Quilt Expo in September. So many people commented on this lovely little quilt, and then went off to purchase crystals for their own projects. The exhibitor from another booth came over at one point and commented "So, this is the quilt that everyone is buying crystals for."
Well done Sara!