Down with Ellie and Caitie and you ain’t And I got more juice than STAB’s got Saints

 This quilt is actually a quillow, a quilt that converts to a pillow. The recipient is a graduate of St. Anne’s-Belfield, a boarding school in Charlottesville, VA and is now a student at Dickinson College.  The recipient’s older sibling is also a recipient of a Rosemary Remembers quillow. The quillow incorporates swatches from her uniform skirt as well as organizational shirts.

The recipient was very busy in her K-12 years.  She performed in theatrical performances, sailed in regattas, participated on the cheerleading squad, served as a camp counselor, played a variety of sports. She is a well-rounded young woman and I have a feeling she will excel in her career choice of elementary teaching.

The Vinall decision is perfection and precision She’s grade A class, number one in her division

This is the third of the trio of quilts that were made for three lucky sisters.Like her two older sisters, this girl played lacrosse all through high school and now in college.  She ventured out of state and is now studying at Dickinson College

 
As she did with the older two, mom saved lots of fun shirts from the girl’s childhood from Disney characters to tennis, golf, basketball and of course lacrosse themes. She chose a jelly-bean fabric as the daughter is a huge fan of that candy delight
 
 
 
Dickinson Drama!
Legend has it that if a student treads on the college seal embedded in the middle of Britton Plaza, he or she won’t graduate. I am sure this young lady will be too smart to risk that.