Memory quilts are a welcome gift for weddings, anniversaries, birthdays,
retirement, a birth, or graduation and to remember a loved one who has passed
away. 100 Wishes quilts are a special way to welcome a new addition to the
family.
I can incorporate your pictures into a special quilt that will be washable and
durable for a long time.
I can use your favorite colors and prints that reflect hobbies and interests. Each
quilt is unique.
I will do all the work to your specification, or work with your  group of people to
help you be involved in the process.
I will work with your group to design and finish a special gift
for anniversaries, retirement, or special birthdays! You can
help or I will do all the work.
I can take your photos and print them on fabric then make
them into a double wedding ring design wall hanging.
They can also be made into tote bags, pillow tops or other
items.

If you provide your pictures on CD it costs  $5 per arc plus
finishing. The above wall hanging would cost about $150.
Smaller or larger items can be made.
100 Wishes Quilt
100 friends and family
contribute fabric squares to
make a quilt to honor a
new child in the family!
The envelope Please!
4 of the envelopes
open to insert small
surprises
A quilt can also be made like this to
remember a loved one who has
passed away. The quilt pictured
would cost about $285 plus
materials.
Matching Doll Quilt
Here is another way to use your photos
in a quilt. This is the Grandmother's
Flower Garden Design. The small piece
above is a coaster, it makes an
inexpensive keepsake for family
gatherings.

To the right is a table centerpiece done
with photo's of flowers that my Dad
took. Any photos could be used.
Doll Quilt
It has two different
sides!
The wall Hanging to
the left was made
using photo's taken on
a road trip to Alaska.
Kathy emailed me the
photos and I made them
into this piece!
The above table runner celebrates a
family cruise.
T-shirts can be
used to make a
Quilt that will
bring back
great memories!
Your Photos can personalize
any quilt! The above quilt
was an anniversary gift.
This quilt
made with
clothes from a
loved one
included some
of his favorite
labels!
It's my quilt and I
can do what I want to!
Family and friends donated the fabric for this
quilt!