I finished the last quilt in the nick of time for Christmas, sewing the last bit of binding to the quilt around 9:30 on Christmas Eve...talk about cutting it close! Below is a photo of my Dad with the quilt. To say he loved it was an understatement.
There is a grey ribbon appliqued to the corner of each of the quilts that I made for my family. We are all in this battle called brain cancer together. For those that don't know, my Dad was diagnosed with Glioblastoma in March 2013...to say this year has been rough is an understatement. Our world as we know it was forever changed with the diagnosis. My life is lived in 8 week increments, from one brain scan to the next. I love my Dad so much and it makes my heart hurt so much that he (and the rest of us) have to go through this, but we are in this together; hence the matching quilts with the ribbons.
This is my Dad and my youngest N. They are buddies...always have been and always will be.
I am linking up with Fabric Tuesday, Show and Tell Tuesday , Can I Get a Whoop, Whoop? and Finish it Friday.