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Quilt Puzzle: Grandma’s House

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Grandma’s House by Peggy Schroder

This month’s puzzle spotlights a quilt titled Grandma’s House made by Peggy Schroder of Sweet Home, Oregon for the 2012 Quilt Alliance contest and auction, Home Is Where the Quilt Is.

Materials include: commercial and hand-painted fabrics and computer printing on fabric, buttons, embroidery thread and toy car. Techniques – fused, machine applique, french knots (hand embroidery), hand stitching, couching. Toy car is easily removable!

Artist’s Statement

Many quilters learned to take their first stitches at grandma’s knee while others may have received their very first quilt from grandma. How fortunate for us! Now many of us are grandmas and we continue to pass along this legacy … nothing could be more comforting. Remember, it’s the heart that makes a home … blessed are we.

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Welcome to another quilt jigsaw puzzle from Quilt Alliance! The beautiful quilts in the puzzles have all been entries in past Quilt Alliance quilt contests. Be sure to sign up for our blog notifications, so that you don’t miss any of the upcoming puzzles.

We rely on the generous support of donors and members like you to sustain our projects. If you support our mission of documenting, preserving, and sharing the stories of quilts and quiltmakers, join us by becoming a member or renewing your membership, making a donation, or learning how your business or corporation can become a supporter of the Quilt Alliance.

COMMENTS (2)
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I love puzzles and I love quilting and quilts. These puzzles marry those two in a very fun way. Please don’t stop producing them. The puzzles are fun and challenging, and the quilts are inspiring. Win-Win!

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    Thank you, Cristine! We love solving them too. 🙂

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