The Quilter: Quilting with Malke

Daughter’s Wedding Project: Chupa

Posted on: May 3, 2009

If given the choice between sewing [even with a deadline, my daughters dress] or quilting, there is’nt much of a toss up.  But since I have to justify quilting instead of sewing, I got involved into making a chupa for her.  A chupa is a covering that jewish brides and grooms have over their heads during the ceremony.  I wanted to try the Ricky Tims kaleidescope.  It came out beautiful!  I gave it to our longarm quilter to finish and now its full-time on the bridal gown!

2 Responses to "Daughter’s Wedding Project: Chupa"

Hello, Are you going to post photo of the chupa???
I can’t wait to see it,Frieda

[…] Here is the picture of the quilt I created for my daughter’s Chupa.  It was part of the “cieling” of the Chupa. Quilt for Chupa Tags: art, children, […]

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