Happy Tuesday! Here are some tidbits for your week!
The American Quilt Study Group recently shared a story on Facebook. It's about a quilt that was started during the 1918 pandemic. Great story and you can read it here.
Many of you had a lot to share during the last week's posts! In particular regarding the Church Ladies:
Kathie shared that her grandmother, aunts, and mum all were church lady quilters at a church in Slippery Rock, PA. Kathie's mum is the last survivor and turned 95 on Saturday.
Happy Birthday Mum!!!
Sue S. belongs to a church where they still make "prayer quilts". The members say a prayer for the recipient as they tie the quilt! What a great thing to do!
Libby also is a Church Lady Quilter and her group was finally going to get together after 15 month separation due to the pandemic! Have fun Libby!
Robin has a quilt from her grandmother that was quilted by "The ladies at the Methodist Church." COOL!
Tomorrow I'll have some more tidbits. I have to pick up groceries for the young man comes to mulch!
Have a safe and happy day!