It has long been my goal to make a quilt for each of the guest rooms at the Greenville Arms 1889 Inn, but I've been so busy just being an innkeeper that until now I haven't had the time to devote to this enjoyable, but time-consuming task.
This year, however, I set a goal of making at least 5 quilts -- and I did it! I put together the quilt tops, then send them out to Eileen Keane to quilt on her longarm sewing machine. When the quilts come back to me, I then put on the binding that goes around the edges.
The first one has just been finished and I have put it in Room 14, at the moment. I say "at the moment" because often the quilts are moved from room to room, depending on where it is needed. Luckily, most scrap quilts work well with any decor!
Room 14 has a Queen bed and is on the second floor of our carriage house. The windows have a view of the forest in back of the inn.