Grandma’s Fabrics … # 10 is done!

Last night, I finished the binding on Quilt # 10!  I’m so excited to have gotten this far!


I’m getting low on Grandma’s fabrics, but my goal is to make 13 quilts and think I should be able to do it without adding any of my own fabric (except for background, binding and backing).

“Why 13 quilts?” you ask.  I have 11 first cousins on my dad’s side of the family. Add in my sister and myself and that brings us to 13.   We draw names for Christmas and I’ll make sure it’s “rigged” so that we get each cousin and their spouse’s name over the next several years.  In the meantime, I’ll be showing some of them at the guild meetings and in my trunk shows.

Last Friday, I posted about how the fabric label on Quilt #6 ran and I did emergency surgery and cut the offending label out. You can read about it here.

Restorative Surgery happened on Sunday and to see how it was fixed go here.

To see what other’s have finished on Friday, visit these blogs:

5 thoughts on “Grandma’s Fabrics … # 10 is done!

  1. I’m so excited Gail! I’m #11. 😉
    You are such an angel for doing this. We will all have a piece of Grandma and a piece of you.


  2. How nice you are making a new quilt from older fabrics for your cousins. Why not just gift them all the same year? They would be amazed and would all appreciate it. Not having 11 cousins I don’t have experience at all!


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