Sunday, April 5, 2020

Churn dash top sewn

     All of the blocks are sewn complete with border. Have to think of what to use for the backing. I loved having this quilt on my wall, it was comforting. The blocks are 20 years old- 1999- that I found in a bag of donated fabric. They have some signatures on the back and are from the LLQA of Illinois. I live in Buffalo, NY.
      Now I have to find a suitable backing.
From the back here are some names. If anyone has an idea how I can find these women to show them what was done with their blocks, let me know.
Erin O'Neill, Leroy, IL
Christi Pallo, Maroa, IL
Karen Moon and Connie Miller of Champaign, IL
Pauline Bury
Sharon Amberger
Mary Chester
L. Plotner-Pierce
Leu Blakeney LLQA


The Joyful Quilter said...

I can see why you enjoyed that quilt top being up on your design wall. It's a very restful quilt. Goodness knows we could all use a bit of calm right about now!

Debbie said...

How pretty it turned out! This is a quilt for comforting for sure.

Alycia~Quiltygirl said...

Sweet top!! that is so cool that some of them have names on them!!

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Nice top. I don't know any of those ladies. That was several years before I moved to Illinois.