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Cornerstones Quilt

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Traditional, Romantic
Helen Cook on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? 100% cotton fabric and 100% cotton Warm and White batting

Helen Cook on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? That I was able to give a champion quilt to Clifton and Glenda. I attended their wedding in September, 1958. I married Clifton's older brother, John Dave, in May of the same year. Unfortunately we never got to have a 50th anniversary, so it was important to me to help make sure theirs was happy.. I thought the label that I made for their quilt was kind of neat and appropriate. I think it all came together pretty well. They are proud of it, and still consider me their sister as we all grew up together from teenager's.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? I can't think of anything that was out of the usual. Just follow pattern instructions. If you make a mistake take it out and keep trying-you will get it right and learn from it.

Helen Cook on craftsy.com

Very pretty, nice colors.

08/02/2012 Flag

Thank you kindly

08/03/2012 Flag

This quilt pattern is found on pages 150-163 in Eleanor Burns hard-bound book-"Quilt in a Day-Still Stripping After 25 Years"/ Fourth Printing 2006.

08/04/2012 Flag

Beautiful color combination :)

08/04/2012 Flag

Yet another beautiful quilt - and I loved the story of how you made it for much loved relatives. What a wonderful token of your love and regard for them. Patricia

09/30/2012 Flag

lovely

03/07/2014 Flag

Thank you. I made it for a very special couple in my life I stood up with them at their wedding in 1958.

03/14/2014 Flag