Giving A Quilt When You're Not A Quilter!
Lori W. had a niece going to Purdue. She wanted to give her a "going away" quilt. There was only one problem: Lori didn't quilt,. However, she did know Ruth.
The result was simple: a whole clothe quilt. These were very sought after in the earlier days of quilting because they showed that a person had the money to buy a complete piece of fabric. Today, most everyone can purchase a complete piece of fabric.
The top was a Purdue fabric. The backing was plain. Ruth created a Purdue stitch for the entire quilt: edge-to-edge.

She then used Innova's lettering capability to stitch the niece's name at the top.

The quilt is delivered and given. Everybody is happy!
Al Fin

I trust that this was of assistance or interest. If you have any questions that need to be answered, on this or other longarming or quilting topics, then please write to me at or call 219.255.8085.

Thank you for your time and interest.
May The Lord Richly Bless You!
Rick & Ruth Grihalva
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