When we were young many of us liked to cut up squares of fabric, rearrange them, sew them back together to make pillows and doll quilts. How many of us as adults still love to run our fingers over fabric and imagine putting different fabrics together? How many of us still look forward to that next trip to the quilt shop where we can purchase more fabrics even though our stash has outgrown the guest, hall, and bedroom closets?
I don’t know what it is about those beautiful cotton fabrics, but they have a way of making addicts of us quilters. Did any of us know what we were getting into?
I hear stories of quilters who began quilting long before rotary cutters or the various rulers now available. When I think of how far quilting has come, I’m grateful for all those new gadgets out there. I couldn't quilt without them.
There is nothing better than a well-worn, well-loved quilt to crawl under, wrap up in and dream on. Come to the Attic Window Quilt Shop in Comstock Park, Michigan and see what all the fuss is about.