"Each of us can ask ourselves each morning, What can I do to make life happier for someone today." Keeping this thought in mind, I know what a difference it makes for me when someone greets me with a smile......it is the universal language and warms my heart.
Here are a few more quilts from the museum. The five alternate blocks are a cross stitch design in this quilt.
And they are beautifully set off with the pink star.
As well as enjoying the quilts, I love reading the history about them. This story causes me sadness to think about the difficult time many farmers had, and perhaps still do today.
I have always been drawn to this design.
I find vintage type quilts so appealing, especially this one which is hand quilted.
I forgot to get the information on the stunning quilt......the quilting is absolutely fabulous!
What a treat it was to look closely at this amazing quilt.
One more gorgeous quilt for today. I've always loved two colored quilts
I kind of believe the red and tan quilt above was also a quilt that Megan to rescued. She does an amazing job of honoring quilters work and legacy.
More tomorrow. :-)