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.
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!
that mini-quilt is WAY cool! Where are the prints from? Can't wait to see the hexagon tute!
Love your quilt!
I like the use of the negative space visually as well as metaphorically.
Can't wait for your book Jacquie!! Looks fabulous & I can't wait to see all the goodness inside :)
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."
Love the faces and numbers for Alzheimers.
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!
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