Sunday, July 30, 2017

Tony got his!

Tony is a very special guy (they all are, of course, but Tony is over the top!).  He is our Sunday School teacher and worked as an air traffic controller with my husband at Ft. Worth Air Traffic Control Center.  He is one of the best Christians I know (I know a lot of great Christians but Tony is off the charts!).  I don't think there's anyone who doesn't like Tony; he's kind, encouraging, giving, loving.  So his QOV had to be different.  He's made hundreds of little wonky crosses and always has a bowl of them in our class.  He encourages us to take a handful and share with people we run across in the course of our every day life--a way to encourage someone else, share Christ with them.  So when I was thinking about T's quilt, the idea to make a wonky cross block came to me and for whatever reason I chose the teal and gray colors.  I love it and hope he does, too (he seemed to!).




At this point in time, I have requests for 4 more quilts.  Good grief!  But I will persevere and get them done.  Love it!

4 comments:

Tired Teacher said...

Yes, the cross block sounds perfect for Tony!

You are a blessing to these individuals. Keep up the good work

AnnieO said...

Great colors and design! Looks like Tony likes it! Better get busy on all that cutting and sewing...

Lesley said...

What a wonderful choice of pattern. Gorgeous quilt!

Kyle said...

What a perfect quilt for your friend. It appears you both have a lovely ministry of sharing.