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Friday, May 31, 2019

Graduation and Ruffled Roses

 The Ruffled Roses top from 2011 is now quilted, bound and delivered.
My friend Margaret did the quilting on her long arm. She was going out of town with her daughters and granddaughters, so did it quickly. Unfortunately when she got home her basement was flooded, so we were both so happy that she had taken the time to do it before she left, because her long arm machine is in her basement.
 This is the center section of the quilt. Lots of piecing and applique went into it.
 Oops, the tag is upside down, sorry

And here is our graduate, Kylie. She is number six of thirteen grandchildren.
Back in 2011, while I was working on the quilt, I spent a long weekend with the kids while their parents went to Las Vegas to run in a Ragnor Relay. I worked on the quilt while I was there and she sat right by me and watched me sew.
Kylie graduated from Northridge High School yesterday, with High Honors. She will attend Weber State University in the fall, but next week she will be taking a CNA class and then will probably work in an assisted living center this summer.
She is our Ice Skating Queen and will got to the national competition in Wenachee Washington in the fall. Last year she took second place over-all in Chicago.

7 comments:

Jo said...

Beautiful quilt and good timing to get it back. Lucky for you

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Needled Mom said...

Congratulations to her. I’ll bet she is a beautiful skater. That quilt is perfect for her. As well as being gorgeous, it will hold such great memories for her.....a gift she will treasure.

Angie in SoCal said...

Congrats to your graduate. She is doing so well. And I love the quilt you made for her.
Stay dry.

dq said...

She is a lucky girl to get this quilt! I am still going to make it some day.

Rebecca Grace said...

Congratulations on your granddaughter's graduation! Lucky for you that your lovely quilt was finished before the flood. I hope your friend's longarm machine wasn't damaged.

Seema Singh said...

Congratulations! Nice designs. Keep Sharing!

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