As promised last week, I am back with part two of a very special quilt show. I am featuring quilts made by none other than my mother, Elaine Tucker. If you missed the first part of the show, click here to view part 1, then return here and continue. I have tried my best to post the quilts in chronological order.
Shelley's Song - This large lap size was made for my sister Shelley. She is an accomplished singer, hence the title. 2010
"Row by Row This Quilt Did Grow" September 2010. Round Robin quilt make with members of the London Friendship Quilt Guild. My mother pieced the second row of three blocks. Other participants included: Christine Racher, Ellie Elderidge, Margret Parsons, and Karen Cole.
Bonnie Hunter, Quiltville.
"Jelly Roll 1600 inch" technique. This one belongs to my father. He was very ill and mom needed something to distract her, and quilting filled the bill. The top was already pieced, but it needed a back.