Quilting has been in our family for a very long time. My Gramma, Minnie Jeanette Cameron, shown in this picture, belonged to quilt group known as the Mission Quilters Society. My Aunt Roma, also a member, has told me of the times they would make quilts to be sent overseas during World War II. It's so rewarding to know that quilts have played a very big part in our heritage.
You can click on each of the pattern pictures to enlarge it and when you do, you will also see a link where you can see a picture collage of what others have made from my patterns.
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If you have time to browse around in the Parlor Room, you will also see pictures of indivudual quilts others have made. Enjoy!
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