The quilts are made by the previously mentioned Grandmother. They are so happy and bright. Made in the 1950's I think, they have companion quilts, same pattern, scrappy stars with white backgrounds. I will show them in another post.
I have not moved the houseplants outside yet, a little too chilly. The porch becomes like a greenhouse during the Summer months. It faces North and provides dappled indirect light through the trees where the houseplants thrive.
On to new business I wanted to share a new quilt made with scrap fabrics that had been joined into 9 patch blocks. Kay had them in her stash and Rose combined them into this quilt. Beautiful. The Ladies of the Cloth clearly illustrate that even non-coordinating fabrics make stunning quilts.
This is a brilliant way to use up any 2 1/2 inch squares in your left overs. Gather them, sew them into 9 batch squares and when enough are accumulated, join them, sash them, border them and BINGO, a scrap quilt top!!
Have a good day.)