inspired by the strong caring women in her life and the skills and love they instilled in her.
Dharwood’s mother, Rejeanne inspired the name of this pattern. Words like, “artistic”, “gifted”, “gracious” and “loving” come to mind when reflecting on her mother, not to mention the best homemade vegetable soup on earth!
The Josephine Mug-dharwood’s “Memere” (French for grandmother) inspired this pattern. Memories of a vigorous, energetic and enthusiastic woman are treasured. It was always tea time at Memere’s!
dharwood’s “Tante” (French for Aunt), inspired this pattern.This kind, industrious and honorable woman instilled a desire to create and cherish. Memories of “tart au sucre” (sugar pie) cooling on the windowsill…
Juliette- dharwood’s “Tante” (Aunt) inspired this pattern. Juliette brings to mind a skillful, multi-talented and hard-working woman. Wonderful homegrown canned vegetables too!
In childhood, the neighborhood children called Ali “Bambi”. Ali knew how to stitch together fun and love with whomever she was with.You were always made to feel special in her home filled with eclectic toys and antique furnishings.She is a stitch in time of my life quilt that I hold dear.
Jen’s Choice – Let’s soak up the memories of individuals like Jen, truly prolific in all things! Full of passion for
family, work, the environment, volunteering, writing, people and life! A person to treasure always…
reminiscent of antique linens that graced fine homes and carry mysteries about who made them and when they were used.
Brings patterns found in surprising places and makes you ask where they are headed and who is taking them along for the journey.