Top 10 Quilting Stories from 2016
#1: 106-Year-Old Has a Thriving Quilting Business
106-year-old Myrtle doesn't let age stop her from growing her quilt-making business. Where did she learn such hard work ethic?
Find out by reading the full story here.
#2: The Sweet Reason This Man Started to Sew
You'll never guess what prompted Kyle Hamilton to start his first sewing project!
#3: Family Quilt Finished 80 Years Later
From 72 hand-embroidered blocks to a finished quilt, Patrecia Bollin finally saw her late mother's vision come to life 80 years after the project was started.
#4: Woman Leaves Behind 15,000 Yards of Fabric
This family was shocked when they found an astounding 15,000 yards of fabric in their late mother's storage, but what they did with it was an even bigger shock!
#5: Actress Has Quilting-Theme Baby Shower
Can you guess which actress from the television hit The Walking Dead had a quilting-themed baby shower?
#6: The Big Impact Quilts Have with Dementia Patients
How one woman changed dementia patients' quality of life through quilting is amazing.
#7: A Thousand Quilted Cranes Project
We're incredibly humbled by Portland resident Mike Floyd's continuous 1,000 Quilted Cranes project.
#8: Ms. Lillian Donates 1000 Dresses Before Her 100th Birthday
Ms. Lillian made headlines when she donated her 1,000 dresse last year, but it's where she donated them that will warm your heart.
#9: A Quilt Invades the Weather Report
You'll never guess how one British Columbia resident incorporated weather into her quilt!
#10: Dementia Patient Sews for First Time in Two Years
Ruth Barrer sewed for the first time in two years. What will her first project be?