Posts Tagged ‘chupa’
Sorry for not posting in so long. Life has intruded. My grandson and great nephew both had bar mitzvahs and a grand-daughter became engaged. I get to get busy and make another chupa quilt. This one I’ve been working on for 5 years thinking I had plenty of time. Not any more! I will also be starting another round of chemo and would appreciate it if you all keep me in mind in your prayers.
Here is a better picture of my daughter’s chupa that I made.
Hi. I haven’t written much in too long, sorry.
I have been busy trying to work on a lap quilt for my daughter. She said that her house feels too dark and depressing (this after a trip to sunny Florida) because she has decorated in dark colors. I used the ricky tims kaleidescope method and made her the begining of the quilt. I really enjoy this pattern and have used it for my newly married daughter’s chupa [wedding canopy]. I got stuck when I had to do the borders, but I’ve solved this lingering problem and hope to work on it this week. Going to post a picture when im finished, but here is the center:
Here is the picture of the quilt I created for my daughter’s Chupa. It was part of the “ceiling” of the Chupa.
A relative asked me to make a banner to hang in the front of her chupah (by the wedding ceremony). the hebrew words mean:
“Praise G-d because He is good, because His Kindness is forever.”