Amanda's Memory Quilt (#2)

Thursday, April 23, 2015

When Amanda sent me the box of fabrics to make a memory quilt from her mom’s fabric stash, I quickly concluded I could make many quilts from the fabric in the box. I decided I would secretly make three quilts – one for each sibling. (More details on the post for Quilt #1.)


Geese in the Corner memory quilt
I found the “Geese in the Corner” quilt idea on Pinterest. I cut large squares from solid white Moda Bella fabric that I bought at The Stitchin’ Post in Willow Springs, MO and small squares from every fabric in the box.


Geese in the Corner memory quilt
When I sewed the small square to the large square, I sewed two lines ½” apart. Then cut in-between the two sewn lines. This created the goose block, but also an extra HST (half square triangle) block.


Geese in the Corner memory quilt
I did not have any large pieces left for a quilt back, so I purchased a navy tiny floral print from Wal-Mart. I had Kathy Michel quilt this one too. I used a red tiny floral print from Wal-Mart to bind.


Geese in the Corner memory quilt
I gave the quilt (along with this one and this one) to Amanda when she came to visit us the weekend of May 2.

Geese in the Corner memory quilt

See the quilts I made for the other two siblings here and here.

Memory quilts

Three quilts for three siblings. A beautiful tribute to a mother and sewist.

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