Chelsee’s Quilt!

Posted on January 26th, by Amy in Jenna. 8 comments

Remember Chelsee? She worked like a feign to make a quilt in a week. Being that she had not used a sewing machine, rotary cutter, seem ripper or pins – we were really impressed with how fast she picked it up! Here’s a couple of pictures that her and Jenna took – back at school – I love the backing fabric that she chose!Isn’t it so pretty!? Chelsee is pretty certain she will quilt again! yeah – glad to have another convert – he he :)

I had my stitches out this morning – now I just need it to finish healing. Though it could be a while as it is on the knuckle. . . I may put a picture up, if I’m brave.

Blessings to you ~ Amy

8 thoughts on “Chelsee’s Quilt!

  1. 1
    Stephanie says:

    How wonderful…a young quilter. Gotta get them while they’re young!

  2. 2
    SaraRules says:

    Glad to hear your stitches are out! Hopefully you’ll continue to heal quickly!

  3. 3
    Amylouwho says:

    That is really cute! Isn’t it fun to share the love with someone new? It’s fun to get other people excited about sewing.

    I hope your finger gets back to normal quickly.

  4. 4
    melissa s. says:

    beautiful quilt!! glad your stitches are out. stitches always give me the willies!

  5. 5
    Thimbleanna says:

    How cute — congratulations to Chelsee — and to you for recruiting another convert!

  6. 6
    Tipper says:

    You seem to have a knack for inspiring quilters! Hope your finger is feeling better.

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    Marrdy says:

    This turned out so great. And what’s this about stitches? What did I miss. I’m such a bad blogging friend!

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    Janis says:

    Chelsee’s quilt is a masterpiece! She must be thrilled to have such a wonderful teacher — and you are creating lifetime memories for her. And yes, maybe sowing the seeds for a lifetime of stitches!

    Speaking of stitches, glad they are gone and you’ve passed that hurdle – ugh. Get well soon! xoxo

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