It's been raining off and on for the past couple of days. Amazingly, most people around here are conflicted: They don't like rain. It could rain every day, as far as I'm concerned.
(It doesn't, even though people think it does, here.
I will be calling again to have one made for my daughter next year. Your customer service is top notch, and I truly appreciate the production details you provided as the quilt was in production.
This was a great experience and you truly delivered! Lisa, PA""I am very happy with the way my quilt turned out. It was easy to follow the directions to lay out and prepare the clothing items.
The only way I can explain it is to say that there is so much LOVE in your heart. Makenzie, CT""We saved our shirts over the course of 10 years with the intention of making a quilt... I have another quilt I'd like to do and would trust this company to handle it.In my book Fringe is another early edge treatment and one that correlates well with a specific period of time. The blue print with the white floral sprig could be an indigo print, a dye used over such a long time period that it offers no clues. It may be colored with the Prussian blue dye process developed about 1815. Prussian When we are dating old quilts we use comparative dating, that is we compare the fabric in question to similar fabrics we have seen before.Of 20 fringed quilts in the database [of 1000 date-inscribed quilts] 19 were dated 1860 or earlier, indicating that fringe (especially a white fringe----knitted, knotted, woven or crocheted) is a strong clue to a pre-Civil War quilt. Buff and blue prints were quite popular in the 1840s and 1850s in the U. The blue strip is so unusual I have very few similar fabrics in my memory bank. Double lines in a grid as in the blue floral are indicative of the 19th century, but we knew that any way.Why does my child insist on changing all of her clothes (and taking half of everything out of her dresser) every time she spills four drops of water on her sleeve?
Just a few thoughts that run through your mind when you're experiencing your first, uninterrupted fit of binge-cleaning in five years.
Xoxoxox Paula (Long Island, New York)""I am so pleased with every aspect of my quilt. The quilt is so well done, you couldn't even pick them out. Such a beautiful way to remember all her softball activities. Stacy, NC""I had collected my Buffett concert shirts to make a quilt "some day". When I opened the box, I was amazed at our quilt... I have absolutely no creative ability so asked that they design it, pick the sashing, etc. Definitely will be using you again for my other 4 kids! Kate Dennis MA""I wanted to repurpose some of my mother's clothes that my sisters and I could not use. It is perfect, and it might be my most prized possession.