I hope all of you who are mothers had a wonderful Mother's Day. And to those of you who are the children, I hope you remembered to share some special time with your mother. Isaah was home and gave me the most touching card I've ever received. I cried when I read it. The card itself was beautiful with a wonderful verse, but he had hand-written a message at the end that melted my heart. It was from a book I used to read to him when he was little:
"I'll love you forever,
I'll like you for always.
As long as I'm living,
My Mommy you'll be."
Now, I ask you, who wouldn't melt over that?! He's a wonderful son. I am blessed.
I did squeeze in a couple hours of quilting this weekend, but that is all. I'll share some photos of recent additions to my vintage doll quilt collection. I finally took some good shots of them.
The first one is a 1920's quilt, 14 1/2" square...
This one is only 11" x 14 3/4". I dated it by the backing fabric (a red, pink, orange, and white abstract print) to be from the 1950's...
The last one is only 12 1/4" square and looks to be from 1880-1900...
Good night and keep stitching!
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