I recently made two of my small commemorative quilts.
The first one was for a Major at the Air Force Base where I previously worked. My old boss got in touch with me and asked if I would make this quilt. The color scheme is Red, Yellow and White because the Major is a Kansas Chiefs fan!
The second was for a co-worker at the EPA who has moved on. I really do like the color scheme in this one. It is very calming.
Here are a few photos of small quilts that I made to be given as gifts to commemorate a significant event, such as a retirement or joining the military.
These little quilts are easy to make and enthusiastically received.
Here is one that I made for someone joining the Marines which has been framed and was given for a Christmas gift.
The center of each quilt is a logo that is printed on fabric. I have been using EQ Printables Inkjet Fabric Sheets. They cost $3.00 per sheet so you really want to print on regular paper first to be sure you have the page set up correctly before using one of your printable fabric pages!