Talk about quilter's heritage - this is the quilt my Grandfather Charles Steward made when he was 12, in 1900. It's a simple nine patch, frayed and faded by my mother's use as a doll quilt. But I love it.
My father always wears bowties, and I've made quite a few for him over the years. This computer cover illustrates some of the things I love about him. There's the Dapper Dad bowtie ( plaid), the Handyman and Camper bowtie (fish); the Travellin' man bowtie (he took our seven-member family on many trips on Route 66), and the Surgeon on his rounds bowtie (he often took me along). The (not TOO square) corners show violins for all the times he serenaded us and made us dance.
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