Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Heritage Happenings…

Lots of yummy goodness being sent your way this morning…compliments of Heritage Quilting and Glynis!  (I forgot to take my camera and Glynis was nice enough to send me these pictures!)  Thanks, Glynis!

First up is this wonderful Shirt Quilt…a tribute to a member’s son!  It’s just brimming with love and is a touching and personal way to keep that family member close…

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A close up of the shirting fabric and the wonderful quilting which was done by Hazel! 

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The back is as pretty as the front!

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This is a huge quilt and here it is almost held up! :o)

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Many hands make light work!  Here is a scrap happy quilt getting pinned for quilting!

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I LOVED this wee mini quilt…small and perfect in every way!

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Just look at those wee leaves…all hand pieced and hand quilted!! 

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Two wonderful baby quilts ready for the Charity Basket!

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And another gorgeous Charity Quilt made by Betty…she completes at least one quilt every week or two!  This quilter is incredible!DSCF4385

And I loved this whimsical cat quilt…with button eyes and embroidered whiskers!

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So sweet…


It wasn’t until I ran my hand over it that I discovered that it was an embellished panel!  I swear it looks like hand applique!  How wonderful is that!


Sew…there you have it!  Another great day at Heritage filled with coffee, chatter, laughter, news, tips and tricks, lovely dainties…and of course quilts and quilting!  Life is good!

Have a terrific Tuesday and Happy Stitching!~P


  1. Thanks for sharing. I love all the inspiration.

  2. Oh, those cats are brilliant! How funny. And the shirting quilt looks great too -- I definitely want to do something with blue shirts like that some day. You know, after all this other stuff...

  3. Great quilts from Heritage Quilters. The blue charity baby quilt is very nice. Love the cats. I have a different panel of those cats, also have the individual cats in a pattern, so if you don't like a full quilt, you can make pillows, etc.

  4. I just love that shirt quilt - I just finished a quilt with upcycled shirts from my husband and it's so soft. Love the look!

  5. The cat quilt is very prim cute....but they aren't smiling!

  6. a lovely selection of quits, being a cat lover that one is my favourite what a good use of old shirts too