It has been awhile since I last blogged, have been working hard coming home and hitting the bed and the weekends have been full of running around, nothing blog worthy.
I am still working on my 10 Anniversary exchange blocks that will be due on the 4th Saturday this month for my Bee, I think I have about 5 or 6 to go.
For the last couple of days I have been thinking about my grandmother. She passed sometime ago, but she has been on my mine and this song that she always song when she was in the nursing home, “We Are Climbing Jacob’s Ladder”. My grandmother was 105 years young when she passed, and this is a picture of her and myself (I think I might have been in my early 20’s). I do not have many pictures of my grandmother and my self, put I do have some of her when the kids were young.
Since I have been thinking of her and the song, I have decided to make a Jacob’s Ladder quilt, in black/white (always love that little outfit she has on). I have always wanted to make one, and now I have a reason to, to celebrate the memory of my GRANDMA – Hattie E. Green.
I have already sew 86 half-square tri-angles today, squared up and pressed. I will be working on the four patches this week. Can not find the camera, so no pictures yet.
Memories in the corner of my mine, misty color memories of the way we were. What are your memories?
The Slow Quilter (Felicia)