My daughter and her husband came to visit me this weekend. We had a great time visiting and sewing, My daughter makes Grandmother Flower Garden quilts. It is the only pattern that she makes and she hand pieces every hexagon. Each quilt is different, either by color or by the way the hexagons are placed.
She is working on a quilt that has fall colors. When she laid it on the floor to see where the next flower should be placed, the quilt inspector checked it out. It passed inspection.
She has her own quilt inspector , Rufus.
Each quilt is very different than the others.
I had finished the Grandmother Flower Garden quilt that my mother had started and had hexagons left over. I gave them to my daughter. She finished making her quilt much faster than I did.
my quilt her quilt
My first quilt was a Grandmother’s Flower Garden. My husband’s grandmother taught me how to make it. I used left over cloth from the clothes that I made for my children’s school clothes. Nana had a green border on all her Grandmother’s Flower Garden quilts so she taught me to make it that way.
It is enjoyable to have someone to sit and sew with you. Quilting was meant to be shared.
Have a great day and happy quilting.