Thank you everyone for your thoughtful Birthday wishes!
Today I'm sharing some handmade gifts that I was so fortunate to have received:
Jill made this wonderful Eagle Jubilee quilt based on a Lori Smith pattern. My family's initials are included in the stars. I love the Jubilee banner.
I love this backing! It includes landmarks from Rich's work neighborhood, Columbus Circle.
Susan made this cute cupcake quilt with our photo in the center. Love that pink border. These pieces are tiny!
another fabulous backing!
What a surprise! Rachael sent me this iPad cover as a Random Act of Kindness after I gushed and gushed about hers. Little did she know it came right before my Birthday - Thanks Rachael.
She selected fabrics of absolutely everything that I love! My friends would think I did it that is how perfect it is for me. I am envious of her fabrics. LOVE the bird.
Love this typewriter-
And an adorable print inside with accessories of all kinds.
Sheila made this tiny, tiny quilt. The squares about 1 inch.
It commemorative of our visit to the exhibit in NYC last year.
She also sent some great nine patches for an on going project.
Okay, this isn't handmade by Mary Pat, but someone made it out of antique buttons. I love it - it has a bird and eagle!!
My junk food lunch buddy, Norma, made this adorable pink ceramic tree. I collect these and had asked her whether they are still available to make and she surprised me with a finished one.
One of my favorite Christmas movie lines is Lucy saying "Get the biggest aluminum tree you can find, Charlie Brown, maybe painted pink".
With all the well wishes, emails, FB posts and gifts, my Jubilee Goblet runneth over. Thank You Everyone!
I'll be back soon to show you the 2 large quilts I received and the 2 antique quilts I purchased.