Ann's husband Roger is her biggest supporter. When we meet at a quilt group, Roger is usually there at the beginning and at the end. He carries in Ann's sewing supplies, helps us set up tables, and then comes back and takes everything down when we are done.
He is Ann's advisor when she is trying to decide what colors to put together when she is placing her blocks on a design wall. I think we ought to make Roger an honorary member of our group, don't you?
They just celebrated 50 years of marriage recently. What an accomplishment.
Ann loves scrap quilts.
Enjoy the Show and Tell.
This is one of the first quilts Ann made. She shared fabric strips with girlfriends and they made their quilts together.
This was hand quilted by Ann's aunt.
Their Master Bedroom quilt.
I love the neutral combinations.
Cory Allender, a local long arm quilter, did the quilting.
She thinks this one was made in the 1930's-1940's with feed sacks.
Ann was given these pots that look like thimbles. Instead of turning them over and putting plants inside, she leaves them stacked together. I think they look more like a thimble that way, too.