It’s not everyday that I have a request for nine memorial quilts to honor a single individual, but when Lori called from Texas asking if I could make nine quilts from her husband, James’ clothes, I accepted the challenge. Read more >
From the minute I opened the box of Colin’s clothing, sent to me by his mother, Sandra, I could tell he had been an extremely compassionate young man, committed to making the world a better place. Read more >
Sometimes a person’s clothing isn’t the right material for a memorial quilt. Read more >
note: This is the third and final segment of a 3-part blog post about a group of quilts I made for a family in Alaska. Please read Parts 1&2 for the back story.
Part 3 features the wall quilts I made for Bhree’s two cousins. Read more >
note: This is the second of a 3-part blog post about a group of quilts I made for a family in Alaska. Please read Part 1 for the back story.
Part 2 features the quilts I made for Bhree’s two daughters, Emma and Lizzie, and her grandmother, Margaret, who happens to live in my home city of Portland, Oregon. Read more >