Another memory is made! This truly has been the summer of memory quilts which includes t-shirt quilts and (formerly) bedding quilts. I really like this idea. My client used some very pretty bedding from Pottery Barn Kids when her kiddo was born. Now that she's all grown up, she sent me the bumpers, crib skirt, and matching sheet to make into a quilt.
I like incorporating little details like the piping and bows from the bumper.
It's soft and sweet and will be headed out to the big girl very soon!
This memory quilt I showed you a peek of last time. It contains the large bear claw patch that I disassembled and tried to include without hurting the hand stitching. A couple of Sunbonnet Sues, great-grandpa's baby clothes, and various items from both sides of baby's family make one awesome memory.
I used high loft batting to make it extra "heirloomy" and soft after quilting 1/2' on each side of every seam.
A hand-embroidered label with a great Bible verse really touched me.
What an honor to be a part of family heirlooms! I am so incredibly thankful for the opportunity to meet so many nice people and hear their stories. God has brought so many new friends into my life and it's fascinating to watch Him show up in the most unusual places.
Make some memories of your own this summer! The little things are so important.