There is an old saying that goes something like this: “If you love something, set it free, don’t let it sit in a closet all wrapped up in tissue paper and handled with white gloves when all it really wants is to be loved and put to good use”. That might not be the exact saying but I’m pretty sure it’s close. I have been asked time and time again if I would ever part with any of my babies, and I guess the time has come. I can’t set them all free just yet but…
After much debate and a tear or two I am letting go of a fair few of my most treasured possessions. It was killing me seeing them folded up and put away. The true nature of a quilt is to provide warmth and to be loved and admired, spread out over beds, bunched up on chairs, snuggling under as winter approaches or just enjoying a good book on the porch. What ever use each person finds for their beloved quilts, storage is not a quilt’s ideal setting. I have too many and many more ahead of me. It’s time to set them free where they can love you as you love them back. Quilts tend to live a lot longer than people, and one day I hope to be remembered for my work.
Each quilt comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and a little piece of my heart. Each certificate lists the name of the quilt, the name of the fabric line or lines used, the dimensions, the dates and all information regarding the methods, materials and any special places that the quilt has appeared or magazines in which the quilt has been published. Each certificate and quilt is signed by myself and Angela Walters (only on quilts that Angela Walters has quilted).
The quilts have been listed for sale on ihearttulapink.com
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