I made a Grandmothers Garden quilt for my uncle in my early quilting years. I don't have a photo of it, but he has taken some and will hopefully send them to me someday. It was totally handmade and hand quilted. Won't ever do it again.
Now I had so much fun making the blocks so I started making a lot of them with out any purpose. Then I got the brilliant idea to applique them on white squares that I have a lot of from Granny Bubba. Left overs from making bed sheets and such. Not all are the same material, but who cares, after all I'm such a thrifty quilter. Lol.
Then it got laid aside for few years, because putting the blocs of a quilt together is for me a total bore. And then I got another brilliant idea. Bonnie Hunters "leader enders". So while I was working on the first two steps of her latest mystery, Double Delight, I finally put the top together. I have no photo of it, cant put it on the laundry lines because it's so big, but I will try to make a link here, if it does not come through you can go to my guild homepage here
and in the top right corner choose Myndaalbum and then Januar 2009. I'm in photos 34-39.
Now lets see what happens if I publish this.
P.s. The inspiration for this post came from reading about a donation quilt on Mary's blog. It's a marvelous quilt. Somehow the righteous speller has given up on me, hope my spelling is not making this to hard to understand.