Embroidered Bible quilts (or crayon-colored quilts)

I have found two examples of embroidered Bible quilts, one still a work in progress, that were made using “Aunt Martha’s New Testament Designs” and/or “Aunt Martha’s Old Testament Designs.” Joanne Fabrics carries them online only. The directions are in the package. These pictures could also be used to create crayon-colored quilts.

I’ve been unable to get in touch with the person who created the quilt in the following link, but as far as I know it is legitimate to use a link. Take a peek here. The other quilt pictures I found are to an unfinished quilt. I hope to be able to post the completed quilt sometime in the future.

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Janice D. Green retired as an elementary librarian to write books. She is author, illustrator, and publisher of The Creation, a Bible storybook for children. The colorful illustrations are hand appliqued fabric pictures that have been put together to make a Bible quilt. Her passion is to write about the Bible in a way that encourages people to want to read it for themselves. Through this Bible Quilts blog she hopes to encourage others to make Bible quilts for the children in their lives. www.honeycombadventures.com www.biblequilts.com.


Embroidered Bible quilts (or crayon-colored quilts) — 2 Comments

  1. I have enjoyed looking at your blog . The quilts are beautiful.I have completed a hand embroidered Old Testiment quilt. I also have the pattern for the New Testiment which I plan to do.

    • Thank you Ruth. What patterns are you using to do your embroidered quilts? Are they the “Aunt Martha” series or something else? I’m always looking for more ways to create Bible Quilts. Please send pictures. I would love to display them on Bible Quilts. You can send them to me at queenbjan (at) msn (dot) com.

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