Brownie’s Quilt

I don’t usually get many customer quilts during the summer months. This quilt was intended to be given as a graduation gift and was originally scheduled to be delivered to me in May. Unforeseen issues delayed its arrival.

This is another one of Deb’s well-thought out memory quilts. The care with which she gathers the shirts, harvests the appropriate segments, pairs up the coordinating fabrics is what makes her quilts so meaningful. To compliment Deb’s artistry she chose several colors of thread. She also made a request for custom quilting.

Even with this quilt’s multiple thread changes along with the unique stitch selections the process of quilting it went rather smoothly.

Let me present Deb G’s latest memory quilt.

Grams-Brownie #12

Grams-Brownie #11

Grams-Brownie #10

Grams-Brownie #9

Grams-Brownie #8

Grams-Brownie #7

Grams-Brownie #6

Grams-Brownie # 5

Grams_Brownie #4

Grams-Brownie #3

Grams-Brownie #2

Grams-Brownie #1


12 thoughts on “Brownie’s Quilt

  1. That’s a great quilt, and really complimentary quilting on it. I sent the link to a friend whose son is a senior, football captain and most likely going to college on a football scholarship. She was wondering about doing something for him, and Deb’s quilt is a great inspiration.

  2. Oh WOW! What beautiful work you do! I want to make a t-shirt quilt for each of my sons with their baseball and football jerseys. I have watched a few videos of the process and I think I can tackle this. My stitching won’t be as fancy as yours, but it will be made my MOM with love! Thank you for the inspiration and I enjoy your posts!

  3. Hi Cindy,
    I always feel a little sad when I see a memory quilt, whether it is celebrating a phase of life or a person that has passed. Obviously, a person passing is going to be missed very much and a memory quilt may provide some comfort or at least we hope so. A phase of life passing can be missed very much as well. This is a beautiful quilt – the layout, the colors, the quilting are all fabulous. I know the recipient will enjoy it very much and appreciate all the creative planning that went into making it just for them. ~smile~ Roseanne

    1. Roseanne, It is sad when the memory quilt is for the family of someone that has died. Those are harder to work with because of the emotion. Thankfully most of the ones I have worked with to date are for recipients that are alive and kicking. 😊

      1. Nice! I have to make a t-shirt quilt for Sue’s brother who died two years ago, and I can’t bring myself to do it yet. You shared a really beautiful quilt! ~smile~ Roseanne

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