The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Tuesday, July 05, 2011


I've been thinking of Jim today, not that I don't think of him each and every day, just more so today.  Thinking of making a quilt for his sister, Diane.  One like this with dove feathers that I have been saving.  I love the words.  Hope
that he knows he is missed, loved and that he is at peace.  That with hope, our souls will continue to sing that we were blessed that  he was in our lives and
he hears our tunes of love, singing to him every day even without any words.

I made this quilt for Julie back in 2006 for her to remember to hope for the recovery of her brother, severely injuried in a car accident.

The oil spill is hundreds of miles away, just outside of Billings, flowing away from this area.


  1. Sally in SC4:24 AM

    I saw this quilt you made several years ago and made 3. Two for friends who were fighting breast cancer and 1 for my Mom who was diagnosed with lymphoma. Friends from all over the country and Canada sent Mom wishes for wellness and strength along with feathers to be placed in the pockets. It was one of her most treasured possessions. Thank you for sharing this again. I feel certain Jims sister would treasure it, along with the memories it would bring.

  2. What an unusual quilt. I love it. Life is going by so quickly and Life seems to never let you stop to pause. That would be nice to make his sister a quilt. Cheri


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