Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Staying Warm and Cozy

Just a small sampling of the quilts and crocheted throws here on the farm. Some were made by me, some by my grandma's and mother~in~law. Some were rescued from a shop or auction. Hours of stitching or crocheting in each one.

Do you remember those days of crawling under one of grandma's quilts on a cold winters night?

Well it's late here once again time to go slip beneath the warmth of a bed covered with an old fashion quilt.

Happy Trails....Ginger


Jacque. said...

Ginger, what a lot of beautiful quilts! You are very fortunate to have those with you.

Courtney said...

What a beautiful collection. Thank you for sharing these treasures!

Farm Girl said...

Oh how nice you have a bunch. I don't have that many but what I do I sure do treasure. Have a great week.

Nettie said...

Hi Ginger ~ the quilts are lovely and something to be proud of ... And what really makes them special is because you and your relatives hand made them.... I love the crocheted throws.It seems when I crochet,I only get a small doily done, I always wanted a bedspread. Maybe someday.


WoolenSails said...

Wonderful pieces and memories. I love the looks of quilts around the house.


Country Whispers said...

So many beautiful quilts. That butterfly one looks alot like the one that my great grandmother made that I so cherish! (different colors of course)
There is nothing more cozy than crawling underneath a good ol' cotton quilt.

Joanne said...

All so beautiful - Great snugglers!

Teri said...

Hi Ginger,
Your quilts are beautiful ... Love all the old things.
Growing up in New England, and living in a BIG old drafty Colonial ... you didn't turn the heat up (woodstoves and fireplaces) you piled on more quilts ... The heavier the weight the warmer you were ...
However ... you could not move to well! LoL ...Love the good old days. Thanks for sharing your much loved quilts, and a fond memoery revisited.
Have a great week.

Laurie sowthacres said...

Beautiful, just absolutely beautiful!!!