My one monthly goal is to do the binding on this grandmother’s flower garden.
It is not from my family and the family that gave it to me doesn’t know who did it and kept a few other quilts that were completed, but didn’t want this one. So I call it my rescue GFG – have to come up with a better name. It will either go for a church benefit or a donation (maybe to a family getting resettled – either refuggee or homeless)….
It is quilted. The binding needs to be cut, sewn together and applied. Application will mean cutting off some of the edges; more on why I feel thats okay later.
Very pretty. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck on your project.
Thanks, Patty! Its a big help in keeping the UFOs and many projects moving!
What a lovely rescue!
Thanks, Yvonne, I am pleased with the project so far!
So nice to see that it's being rescued.
I'm pleased as punch that it will have a new life and someone will love it.
Such a pretty quilt. So nice that you rescued it and now will gift it to bring some joy to another family. How cool is that?!
It makes me happy to finish it and give it to a worthy cause.
Wonderful that you're rescuing this beauty!
Thanks, Nancy, I am happy about it too.
It's a beauty. I'd want to keep it, myself. =) You are more generous.
I love the Grandmother's Flower Garden pattern and this is a beautiful example of it. Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.