Tuesday, March 13, 2007

March Journal Quilt

This is my 12 X 12 X 12 Quilt Studio March Journal Quilt. My theme for the year is Family Tree. This month is the S****r Branch Two. This branch is DHs Mother's Family.
Click here to see January and February Journal Quilts.
Photo top left are DHs Grandmother and her sister. Middle top photo is DHs Great Grandparents and their children. DHs Grandfather is the youngest and is sitting on his mother's lap. Photo is from 1901. Top right photo is DHs Grandparent wedding on November 23, 1927. Bottom left is DHs grandmother. Middle photo is DHs Great Grandparents and their children, DHs Grandfather is youngest boy. Photo is from 1913. Bottom right is DHs Grandparents on September 1, 1960.

12 X 12
Fused and Machine Quilted
Commercial Fabrics
Scanned Photos
Printed Treasures Inkjet Printable Fabric Sheets
Sulky 40 100% Rayon Thread
Wonder Under Fusible Web
Cotton Batting

Details - DHs Grandfather is the youngest son and is sitting on His mom lap.

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I will be adding names and dates at a later time.

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Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Very impressive! You do beautiful work, these are completely pricelss treasures.

Sande said...

Very nice addition to your series! Your photos look great and I like the wavy border around them.

jenclair said...

Wow, this is really something! The pictures are wonderful, and I love the way you are continuing this theme!

Sweet P said...

Another fantastic journal quilt. I love it.

ForestJane said...

Those look great! I bet the family will love looking at them.

Lori (A.K.A. Elkhoundmom) said...

Another beautiful addition to the series. Congratulations.

Granny Fran said...

You sure did your wonderful family photos proud with the way your presented them on this piece. I really like the scalloped strips you framed them with and those stitches with the rayon thread are beautiful. Don't you just love the graceful heels on the bride's shoes?

Shelina said...

This is great. It is wondeful that you have these old photos. You have framed each one beautifully. I like the stitching and the borders and sashing, everything.

Anonymous said...

Wow, this is one of the first journal quilts I've seen, it's tremendously beautiful!

Love those 1920's brides...especially the hats.

Deb Geyer said...

What a great way to honor your family!

Suze said...

What a treasure you have created.