She is a young child who is literally
wrapped in the loving memory of her father who was taken from her way too
Emotions ran so high when she did
this in my shop. I am so very thankful that these quilts bring comfort to her
and her brother Reece.
This lucky graduate received a full size Staggered Quilt for graduation.
Even his swim hat was included.
Best of luck Christopher as you move to Boston University to continue your swimming career!
very special full size Staggered Quilt was made for Jonathan Krail, a very
talented swimmer and water polo player for North Penn.
Congrats to Jonathan and
all of the North Penn seniors who will graduate this week!
May Quilt of the Month
This quilt tells a
beautiful North Penn story of baseball, basketball, and Homecoming!
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Love it when I see customers using and loving their Memory Quilts! Here is what Sophie's mom had to say:
"It's finally spring and time to take all the extra blankets off
the bed... All but one, that is. I think she'll sleep with this one all
summer. Thank you Molly Fisher!"
Christopher Downing lives
in Massachusetts and will graduate from high school in June. He has spent the
past 12 years of his life swimming at a very competitive level. He
has swum thousands of miles during endless practices and meets spanning 14
- Christopher joined his 1st
swim team at age 5 and has been swimming competitively ever since. When he was
5 they would 'write his name in' on the swim meet heat sheets, because you
had to be 6 to join a swim team and compete. Most teams wouldn’t let him
join as he was too young. One coach at a local YMCA thought for sure, once
Christopher tried out for the team, he would see for himself why he needed to
wait until he was a bit older to join a team.
- The YMCA
coach had Christopher 'try out' on 2 different days for the team and when he
was able to do the minimal requirements for joining the team, Coach Bob said: “Christopher,
since you want to swim so much, I'll let you join, but we will have to write
your name in because the computer system won't pick up your Birth year!”
to 2012/2013, Christopher swam at the:
Junior National meets in Indianapolis and at the University of Tennessee and
Speedo Grand Prix in Missouri.
- In December 2012, he qualified for his team’s
first ever National Team cut and was on his way to Junior Nationals in Irving,
California in August 2013!
- He was
selected as an Athlete Represented during junior and senior years to serve
on the NE Swim board. The highlight has been: He was one of the 3
athletes representing NE at the USA convention in Sept 2013 in Irving,
He not only
swims but also keeps up his grades. He takes great pride in his achievements in
the pool, but what he is most proud of is:
selection into the USA Swimming Scholastic All American team member for the
past 2 years (minimum GPA of 3.5) Christopher hopes to be an example to the younger team members
that they can swim their personal best in the pool and also do their personal
best in school. He has swum thousands of miles at endless practices and
meets for twelve years!
- One of
his earliest goals was to swim Division 1 in college on
scholarship. He can now check that off his bucket list
as he was fortunate to be invited by 5 colleges on recruiting trips
and ultimately selected Boston
University because it was close to home. He signed his National
Letter of Intent with BU on November 15th and will be part of their 2018 class!
Quilt, shown above, with 40 of his swim shirts representing his 12 year competitive swim
journey! Look close and you will notice both t-shirts shown above are in the
quilt, so is his favorite knit hat!
Two Memory Quilts by Molly are featured in the Quilt it...Today Magazine!
a great way to start the week! I just received the May/June, 2014
Quilt-it...today Magazine. The magazine featured two of my custom quilts
on page 26 and 27 of the magazine. I am so very thankful that my work
was included in the article! Sadly, there is no online version, but
here is the link to the magazine. I guess they want you to go buy
yourself a copy ;)
May your memories be good ones!