See this former blog entry. There was also a baby quilt made from Sheila's mom's pajamma bottoms - that was for the first Juchcinski grandchild, and that was almost 10 years ago. Now there are 7 grandchildren! A few years later Sheila's sister Bridgette asked me to make additional quilts from the clothing.
This idea is a brilliant one. Even though I have a couple of commission in queue, Sheila's have leaped to the front of the line because I feel such a connection with her family. The remaining pictures just show the variety of blocks. Sheila's sister-in-law wrote a little note for the four pieces of clothing she sent. I scanned these notes onto an iron-on transfer so that these notes are a part of the quilt. The original notes I'm putting into the pocket of Sheila's father's denim workshirt.