Yesterday, I met my sister in Sprinfield, MO for her to pick up the quilt/comforter she had left with Kat LeFevre to quilt. She bought the fabric for it when I was with her in St. Louis last summer. She asked my opinion and I told her I was glad she was the one making it and not me. The fabric was slick, ravelly, synthetic--you name it--everything that THIS quilter doesn't use. But Greta loved the fabric and wanted to make it into a comforter for her bed.
Time passes...Greta visits me after Chritmas. Greta brings fabric with her. Teresa and Greta make comforter together. One of my machines hated the fabric as much as I did and refused to sew it. Thankfully, I had another machine which was quite "comfort"-able with it. So we got it put together. We bought cotton backing and Kat agreed to quilt it.
|It turned out really nice and we've both had a new experience! And we're still sisters.|
I think it will look beautiful on her bed when she finishes the binding (I got 2 sides and all 4 corners done for her)