We had a great Thanksgiving Day and hope you all did, too.
The doll quilt this month is one I made some time ago. It is another quick and easy one. There isn't much else to say about it. There is much to day about a lot of other things, though. The following photos are of a wonderful antique quilt than my friend Jill from the NW PA Quilters owns. She purchased this quilt at an auction for a song. The family that was having an estate auction had found this quilt under a mattress. Yes, it is one of those stories! It is very early - a guess would be circa 1830. It is in remarkable condition. I will let the photos speak for themselves. Enjoy.
A big thank you to Jill for sharing this wonderful quilt.
Also, I would like to comment on your comments for the last blog post. Thanks for taking the time to leave your opinions. Susan, I am going to have to quote your line - "You can't save something that isn't there!" Well, that sums it all up very succinctly. Wendy - I'll be blogging about your new blog soon. So glad you will be sharing your work in cyberland. Karen - I need to catch up on your blog. I'm sure you have been making a lot of wonderful quilts. Janet O. - looking forward to visiting your blog.
Till next time...........