My Disappearance -

Posted on January 1st, by Amy in Jenna. 11 comments

- was due in part to teaching Chelsee to make a quilt of her own! Last summer I talked my sister-in-law, Jenna, into making a quilt for herself (she needed a project). After returning to school Jenna was met with shock and awe of her craftiness, and a few envious friends. Chelsee is her best friend from high school and asked if she could make a quilt while on break. Here’s the top, you may recognize the pattern from the quilt in my etsy shop, a nice quick project. We worked off and on for three days to finish the top. She needs some batting and we hope to quilt it next week sometime.

I have blocks waiting for me to iron them right now, and I’m hoping to have a top this weekend :)

11 thoughts on “My Disappearance -

  1. 1
    Jackie says:

    Beautiful quilt and a wonderful job making it!!

  2. 2
    Amy says:

    Great job Chelsee – it’s beautiful!

  3. 3
    Lisa @celebrate CREATIVITY says:

    Wow, I love this pattern with the little squares arranged inside the big ones. Nice project.

    Happy New Year!

  4. 4
    jacquie says:

    this is very pretty and it came together really quickly!

  5. 5
    Stephanie says:


  6. 6
    Janis says:

    A beautiful quilt and a beautiful proud smile!

    YOU should be proud too – what an admirable thing you have done. At this time of year with spare time at a premium, you sacrificed yours to mentor this young girl – CONGRATS! It will be a lifetime memory for her and no doubt the seeds of great things to come!

  7. 7
    Dana says:


    Is that the happy hour pattern?

  8. 8
    Tipper says:

    So pretty! You’re so nice to spread your talent around to help others!

  9. 9
    Anonymous says:

    always the teacher!!! good job girls! Mom

  10. 10
    audreypawdrey says:

    That is so wonderful! She looks so happy and it is beautiful.:)

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    Millie says:

    Pretty quilt and pattern Chelsee. She looks so proud of herself.

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