Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Midweek Makers 281

Welcome to Midweek Makers! So glad you could join us!

Memorial Day comes next week, as a time to honor all of those who have served to keep our country free. Thank you all for your service.

Being that I'm a big fan of red, white, and blue, I'm featuring a couple quilts with those colors.

The first one is from Bell Creek Quilts, which uses panels of the Statue of Liberty.

I had the chance to visit the Statue of Liberty a couple years ago and found both its museum and Ellis Island to be quite fascinating. The museum features all of the history and construction of the statue, while Ellis Island provides an eye-opener into immigration. I highly recommend putting these on your bucket list of places to visit.

The next quilt, from Melva Loves Scraps, is an adorable cowboy quilt.

The cowboys in red, white, and blue portray another slice of Americana, the Wild West!

Now it's your turn - what do you have to share this week?

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  1. I loved Ellis Island when we visited there years ago - we were there the year before 9-11, we didn't go up into the Statue of Liberty as there was work being done that day.

  2. your patriotic quilt is so graphic! and that cowboy baby quilt is so cute in her outdoor photos

  3. Loving those quilts! Thank you for hosting!

  4. Nice quilts. The panel one really is clever. I keep eye balling a couple of panels I have but haven't made much headway other than thinking about it!


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