Four year dating anniversary ideas
Have you saved clothes or memorabilia from your past?
Do you have t-shirts from high school or college that you'd like made into a quilt?
Each family member and friend who attended his confirmation made a block. The back fabric is covered with band instruments - showing that he enjoys playing the trombone! Graduation Quilt My client transferred the photos to fabric and hand pieced the center section of this quilt. I took it to the place where I purchased the fabric and they went crazy over it. My client asked friends/family to each make a block for this quilt. One of the parents in the class asked me to make this quilt as a gift to the teacher. All of the fabrics in this quilt were selected from Many of the blocks have the buttons and embellishments from the clothing and where possible I also included pockets. He pulled the family photos and did the computer work for a collage of photos in each block. Memory Quilt My client wanted to make something special for her boyfriend on their first year anniversary of dating.
Themes for memory quilts include: Click on any photo to make it larger to see more detail. -- Doreen (Washington) Rainbow Charity Quilt Each block on this quilt represents the person's favorite charity.
*Photos on this site are ownership of Original Quilts and should not be used without permission. Half of the hand prints on this quilt were completed when my client was young, and the other half were completed recently to complete the quilt. The charity names are each embroidered on the hears, then appliqud onto each block.
For more information, please see the copyright page. The embroidery/appliqu was completed by Cottonwood Creations. Children's Clothing Quilt My client sent me a box of her daughter's clothes to incorporate into a quilt.
Photo Graduation Quilt This quilt has photos within each block showing the graduate with family and friends. Half of the hand prints on this quilt were completed when my client was young, and the other half were completed recently to complete the quilt. The photo below shows detail of four of the blocks. -- Cindy (Washington) Rainbow Travel Quilt Each block on this quilt represents the person's favorite place to travel. The embroidery was completed by Cottonwood Creations. "Pam communicated with us constantly about the status of our project, any choices or options we might have and gave us access to digital images of her progress. There were many bright red's and blue's so we made this the focus on the quilt.