One of the joys of my work is the ability to provide people with a way to actively save their memories in a usable and enjoyable way. The quilt featured above is a quilt sewn by a daughter with her mother, as her mother lost her battle with cancer. I had the pleasure of adding borders and quilting this special quilt, and now the daughter has a lasting family heirloom and a quilt that provides comfort as well as warmth. I make quilts out of clothing for graduations, and I have made quilts to commemorate weddings. Squares were signed by guests or meaningful bits of fabric were given to the couple, so they could have them pieced into a brilliant keepsake. I have made quilts for cancer patients to use during chemotherapy, and a special tree skirt to grace a family Christmas tree. The list is really endless when I think about the ways I can put memories into a quilt, and all of those ways will provide relief, joy, warmth, and succor for often bittersweet hearts. I love to make these beautiful quilts, and I would love to help you capture your memories in fabric, too!