Do you remember the story of the Shoemaker’s Elves? The shoemaker would set out the supplies for a new pair of shoes and go to bed. In the morning to his surprise a new pair of shoes would be there. Like this lucky shoemaker I have some pretty special elves. Let me tell you about them. A few months ago I received a bunch of tops from the shop that got me started in this wonderful quilting business.
After seeing my post about these tops my neighbor across the street called me to say she thought she had fabric that would work as backing for several of them. So I walked across the street with my pile of quilts and was able to find several backs. Then at our next Quilting Hug Sew in Ruth told me that our mutual friend, Vivian had gifted her a roll of polyester batting to quilt our hugs with. Did I have any ready to go. I gave her this top and the gifted back.
She took it and did a beautiful job quilting it. While Ruth was busy quilting away I got a binding ready. So Sherri could bind it. And the next thing I know I have a completed quilt. So thankful for all my elves.
Perfect!! It's awesome to have so many elves and it is a beautiful finish.
Great elves you got there!
What wonderful friends. Quilters are the best! And now you have a lovely finished quilt. Nice!
Also kind of like the stone soup story–everyone adding a little something to make the whole! Gorgeous!
Reminds me of the song "With A Little Help From My Friends".
I enjoyed reading this, collaborative quilting at its best! I've wished amny times for a 'quilting elf' around here, or even a fairy would do!
oops, many times!
Hi, Em.that is wonderful having lovely friends all working together helping finishing the quilts .
Elves are wonderful! Nice to get so much help with your donation quilts.