----WELCOME TO MOLLY'S PLACE-----I'M SO GLAD YOU STOPPED BY----BE SURE TO CHECK OUT EVERYTHING----I WOULDN'T WANT YOU TO MISS ANYTHING---IF YOU LEAVE, BE SURE TO COME BACK AND SEE ME----AND LEAVE ME A COMMENT----THAT IS REALLY REALLY IMPORTANT---IT KEEPS ME GOING---AND I REALLY WANT TO KEEP GOING----AND GOING----AND GOING----BYE-BYE-NOW----.....~~~~~~

Sunday, August 19, 2007

I took a Ride on Finn's Orphan Train!

I ran across a wonderful blog call Finn's Orphan Train. Her focus is quilts made from orphan
blocks. I sent her a picture of a Christmas Quilt I made a few years ago from my orphan blocks, put together with 2 1/2 inch squares. She posted it on her site. It has had some nice comments. Please go over and visit Finn and her . Orphan Train is a wonderful site. There must be a lot of orphan blocks out there and now they are being put in quilts. The quilts are some of the most beautiful I have ever seen. But then I am a scrap quilt lover. This is no secret. All you have to do is look at my quilts! LOL

2 comments:

west meadow said...

What a gorgeous scrap quilt. I think I will give this a try when the girls are back in school. I actually have a suitcase full of orphan blocks. By the way, one of the states we visited this summer was Texas and I loved it there...it was wet, but I love it...especially the people. Take Care-Gayle

Henrietta said...

I saw your quilt at Finns and I could not believe it was made from orphans! My orphans don't look like that!Truly a work of great beauty.

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