Dress Up Girl

Dress Up Girl, 98/100 of the African Canvas Memory Quilt Series, 32 x 40 inches, by O.V. Brantley, 2010.

#98/100
2010

My niece Brittany Hervey loves to dress up for a night out on the town. Dress Up Girl captures her totally.

She also travels the world as a flight attendant for Airtran, so her quilt includes flight memorabilia.

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Basketball Girl

Basketball Girl, 97/100 of the African Canvas Memory Quilt Series, 32 x 40 inches, by O.V. Brantley, 2010.

#97/100
2010

I did not want to finish the African Canvas Memory Quilt series without making sure as many family members as possible had quilts. Basketball Girl was a gift to my stepdaughter Aja Brantley. She played basketball throughout high school, at Clemson University and now is a coach at Dunwoody High School.

Always Do What Mama Says #2

Always Do What Mama Says #2, 96/100 of the African Canvas Memory Quilt series, 32 x 40 inches, by O.V. Brantley, 2010.
#96/100
2010

A  group of close  friends commissioned a quilt to bring comfort to their friend Connie Russell after she lost her Mom. They also wanted her sister Terrie to have a quilt. Always Do What Mama Says #2 was the result.

Words of encouragement are appliquéd in the quilt. The label on the back of the quilt includes a picture of Mom and the two sisters.

Always Do What Mama Says #1

 

 

 

Always Do What Mama Says #1, 95/100 African Canvas Memory Quilt series, 32 x 40 inches, by O.V. Brantley, 2010.

 

#95/100
2010

A  group of close  friends commissioned a quilt to bring comfort to their friend Connie Russell after she lost her Mom. Always Do What Mama Says #1 was the result.

Words of encouragement are appliquéd in the quilt. The label on the back of the quilt includes a picture of Mom and the two sisters.

Connie’s sister Terrie received Always Do What Mama Says #2.