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FREE! Odessa Club Mystery Quilt Block #3


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Pattern Description: This is the Odessa Quilt Guild project for 2016. Blocks will be made available in January, February and May through December. Participants may send their finished, bound, quilts to the 2017 Odessa Quilt Guild show in Odessa, WA, for judging, April 28 and 29. Applications for entry may be found on the Odessa Quilt Guild website at 2017 Quilt Show Applications should be available on the site in January 2017. Join the fun with us or, simply make your project and post it here for fun. We'd love to see how your project turns out!

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Prairie Cottage Corner
Prairie Cottage Corner
My grandmother, Ruby Steele, lived to be more than 100 years old. In her retired years, she made a lot of quilts (1940's - 1980's). Some have survived her. They were all hand machine quilting at all. We did, once, get her a nice White sewing machine, but she never used it. It was both treadle and electric, but she never bonded with the idea of machine quilting. I thought, "How does she do it? I'll never be able to sit still long enough to hand stitch anything." But, time passes and our perspectives change. My mother loved embroidery. She never quilted. She also crocheted and knitted and taught me those things. When Mom passed away, she left an afghan and some pillow cases that needed finishing. I'm sorry to say I haven't finished the afghan but I have finished one of the sets of pillow cases. When I finished the pillowcases, about ten years ago, I decided I would make quilts for all the grandkids and some neices and nephews. What happened to me, that I decided that?!!! Changes, I guess. I was still working full time and decided to add a new career? Well, I haven't stopped stitching since then.