WOW, how beautiful and so glad TerryKnits was able to find the pattern. Good luck to you on that wonderful keepsake.
Judy from VA
Judy from VA
You definitely have your time/energy cut out for you. am going to start tooking for thread and hope to work on it some this winter. Mowing lawn/canning/class reunion/knitting sweater for grandson has my time pretty well in use. Thanks for all the kind words and input. I talk about this site and what is going on all the time.LaRae said:I think it wonderful that you have an outlet with this group of people who are so willing to help and to be supportive. I have just come into some of my own family keepsakes from my mother and grandmother. With some 60 odd children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren I am the only one who crochets.
As a professional Framer I can appreciate the care you took of your bedspread. Framing completes unfinished pieces and adds to our joy by remembering the crafter of the piece. I have seen people in tears when the see their unfinished piece that they didn't know what to do with.Bonidale said:What a wonderful story. I too inherited an antique crocheted bedspread unfinished. I had a framer custom-make a frame for it and it hung for many years over my bed.