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    I was drawn to a quilt shown randomly and , of course, it was yours. Don't know how I've missed seeing so many since December other than I ran out of browsing time when in your albums! Your sewing abilities are magnificent! When I grow up, I want to be just like YOU. Don't worry, it will never happen .
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    Your quilts are AMAZING! You are an artist....
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    Stopped by to visit your album. I am so very impressed with your varied projects . You are truly a creative individual. What a treat to stroll through your body of work. Thanks for getting our minds thinking!
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    One of your quilts was in the random photo bar on my screen today. I must say I have really enjoyed browsing through your album. Your quilts are fabulous. I can only hope that someday I'll be half that tallented. Thanks for sharing your quilts, they are inspirational.

  5. Thank you! The quilt is currently being quilted and I can't wait to see it finished!! I will post photos.
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    your quilts you have pictured in your albums are incredible!! This spring I hope to work on my first applique and think yours with the birds are going to my inspiration!! Thank you for sharing!!
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About Lady T

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About Lady T
My name is Theresa and I live in a small rural community in SE Iowa. I married my soulmate in 1989.
Together we 3 grown children and 9 grandchildren and 1 great granddaughter.
I have always enjoyed hand sewing, a trait inherited from my Mother. I began quilting after she passed away from breast cancer in 2001, my first quilt in memory of her.
Mom ALWAYS seemed to have a hankie on her somewhere... in a pocket, in her purse or up a sleeve.
I had always had a love of quilts and thought her hankies would be wonderful and best preserved if they were sewn in a quilt. Mom had battled breast cancer for many years so I wanted to somehow acknowledge her courageous struggle by incorporating something along those lines into the quilt.
So, I pieced the top using some of Mom's old handkerchiefs along with 'pink ribbon' fabrics. I decided to applique (something I had never done before) pink BC ribbons and the breast cancer awareness angel.
The satin stitch on the ribbon appliques is FAR from perfect, but as Mom looks down from above -
I'm sure it looks perfect to her.
[Mom's quilt is pictured in my Albums]


"What we do for ourselves dies with us.
What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal."
- Albert Pine


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