Talk about a quilt that is a character. And I’m going to share some of its most interesting character traits.
But first, let’s see how Kelly Ann measures up. Worth the visuals alone.
I love this quilt, always have. The character in this quilt rests in the memories of making the quilt. Buying the fabric. The physical memory of the rotary cutter and the left index finger meeting. The machine quilting complete with bad tension, pigtails on the back. The quilting decisions. Oh how I loved making those decisions.
Were they the right decisions for this quilt? Yes!
Would I make these same decisions now? Probably not.
So about the character in this quilt? It built mine.