Saturday, February 26, 2011

Sentimental Sunday #13

Welcome to another Sentimental Sunday,

I hope you have had a wonderful week.

Today I am going to be sentimental about something I have spent many hours with this week.

You see I have the F L U
eeekkk, I know
If you need to take a break and go wash your hands I will understand.
Since I have the -well you know
I have spent lots of time snuggled up
under my favorite quilt.

My grandmother (my Dad's mom) made this quilt for me.
I remember the day I got it,
we were sitting on the front porch of the old house down the hill (this makes sense to my family).
I remember looking at all the different fabrics and how soft the cream flannel back was.

Today there are seams that have come undone from years of use and they need to be restitched.
Last year my grandmother taught my sister and I how to hand quilt, so I need to take the time and stitch those places.  I could take it to my grandmother and she would do it for me, but I kind of like the idea of my stitches mixed in with hers and maybe one day one of my girls will add their stitches also.

I still love looking at all the different fabrics and dreaming about what they were used for first.
I imagine that the sweet floral was a beautiful dress, I know I would love a dress made out of it.

And the polka-dot makes me smile

Did I mention how soft the back is,
it feels like a warm hug.

So what are you Sentimental about today?

Grab the button off my sidebar and link up.

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nest of posies said...

bless your heart! so sorry you are sick. i hope you are eating some chicken noodle with that gorgeous quilt!

there's nothing like a blanket/quilt that can bring comfort. the polka dots make me smile as well. such fun color combinations!

take care sweet friend. feel better.


Opie Dawn said...

sorry you are sick! I too have the FLU! Your quilt is so pretty and I love the idea of you mending it to add your touch to it. Feel better soon.

Michele said...

Boo to the flu!!! I hope you're on the mend. Your quilt is just beautiful. I love everything about it, especially the fun polka dots :) Thanks for finding the strength to host the link up while you feel so terrible. Get well soon!

Sally @DrinkingFromMySaucer said...

No link-up for me today, my dear. But, you know I am feeling sentimental about my bracelet. I received it for mothers day last year, and received more charms for Christmas. Thank you so much for your prayer that it will be found.

I feel a little silly being so upset by this - thank you for your kind words.

Hope you are feeling better!


Jaime Lyn at Crafty Scrappy Happy said...

Hi and I hope you feel better soon, nothing can possibly heal like a wonderful old quilt I completely agree with you! I am your newest follower and am exited to be inspired! Thank you for letting me link up!

Anonymous said...

Sending well wishes your way! I'm sure having your very gorgeous and special quilt to snuggle under helps ease the least a little!
Thanks for another opportunity to link up.

The Pennington Point said...

Aww, sweetie. I'm so sorry you are sick. That quilt looks like good medicine. Get well soon my dear friend. I'm prayin'. Lisa~

Alely said...

my youngest was down with the virus last week. thankfully, the rest of the fam didn't catch it from her. i hope you're feeling better! love the quilt btw.

Between You and Me said...

my grandmother(dad's mom) gave us a quilt for our wedding gift.....

when we used it for the first time to cover up during a movie, we realized the hard way that she had left many, many needles in it....OUCH.

...made it all the more special!

Tiffini said...

I have an old quilt on my bed but mine doesn't have the sentiment yours does:(
your colors are so bright and springy..i love the polka dots and yes the fabric would make a cute dress for spring..I think I have spring on the heart:)
I don't have a post for sentimental...yet but I love all of my and so many others who I am encouraged to live each day because them. What a gift!


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