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.
PLEASE NOTE ALL PATTERNS ARE COPYRIGHTED AND CANNOT BE COPIED. THANK YOU.
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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We NEED OUR LOCAL QUILT SHOPS TO KEEP US GOING STRONG WITH QUILTING; THEREFORE, I WILL NOT COMPETE WITH THEM WITH LOWER PATTERN COSTS. HOWEVER, NO SHIPPING CHARGES ARE ADDED TO THESE.
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