Monday, February 13, 2012

Time to Remember

This is the start of my quilt, "Time to Remember," for the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative. The Chicago Modern Quilt Guild's project this month is to make a quilt to donate to the initiative. They have to be 9 x 12 or less.
I'm OK with it, but I'm going to play some more and maybe make another one.  I want to have at least one ready to bind at our February meeting.

The hexagon tutorial should be up this week.  I wanted to finish the quilt before I shared it...put a little pressure on myself to get it done!

7 comments:

Karin said...

that mini-quilt is WAY cool! Where are the prints from? Can't wait to see the hexagon tute!

Michele said...

Love your quilt!

piece peace said...

I like the use of the negative space visually as well as metaphorically.

bettyninja said...

Can't wait for your book Jacquie!! Looks fabulous & I can't wait to see all the goodness inside :)

Miss Sews-it-all said...

Very nice!. I understand that Alzheimer's patients often have a hard time with numbers and telling time, not to mention remembering people. Your little quilt really is a little glimpse of that "feeling."

Esch House Quilts said...

Love the faces and numbers for Alzheimers.

Caitlin T. said...

So lovely. Making a quilt for the AAQI is on my to-do list for this year. I received one for Christmas, and I love it. Thanks for sharing!