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Memory Quilts by Mo
lly is featured in the Quilt Magazine

Hot off the Press!

  I just received the 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, the Magazine isn't online, I guess they want you to go buy a  copy ;)

Shown above are the  2 quilts highlighted: a baby Quilt made with baby's first year adorable outfits and a Hankie Quilt made for a bride-to-be with her great grand moms hankies!

 Memory Quilts by Molly  is featured in the North Penn Reporter

What a great way to wake up! Drinking my coffee and reading about my small business in the local newspaper.  I am so very thankful that Brian Bingaman and his photographer, Mark C. Psoras, from the North Penn Reporter took the time to interview me! I love the pictures!  I am also thankful to all of you for your support!  Check out the article:

Photo courtesy of the North Penn Reporter

Interview with the North Penn Reporter

Memory Quilts by Molly is highlighted in the Temple Sinai Sarasota Springs newsletter:

A gorgeous traditional style lap quilt was made for a young lady's Bat Mitzvah.  This quilt was commissioned by her loving grandmother.
She wanted to giver her granddaughter something very special on this most special occasion. 
Typically money is given, but the grandmother wanted a gift.   Shown to the left is the "Keeping Quilt" that the grandmother and I designed. 
Each piece of fabric represents a time in in their life.  Here is the what the grandmother wrote about it:

Apr - May 2015 / Vol. XVII No. 4     / 518-584-8730            12 Nisan 5775 - 13 Sivan 5775

In This Issue




Thank you for your continued support; we could not do what we do without all of you!



By Deanie Yasner


When the time came for me to decide what gift I wanted to give my granddaughter, Julie, on the occasion of her Bat Mitzvah, I knew I wanted to tell the story of our first 13 years together.  I wanted to make certain that our joyous times together - like baking, reading, Scrabble playing, and story-telling about an elephant named Ellio Dellio - would not be forgotten.   I knew I wanted these precious memories kept alive in a quilt so I spent hours selecting just the right fabric and found Molly Fisher, the owner of Memory Quilts by Molly, who began to weave her magic! Just as people did in the late 1800s, through fabric, Molly created a "Keeping Quilt" for Julie to wrap herself in our cherished memories.




Having read Patricia Polacco's book entitled The Keeping Quilt, I learned about her family's journey and her family's keeping quilt. I knew I wanted my granddaughter to have a Keeping Quilt of her own as well, to treasure and travel with her now and in the future for generations to come - a family heirloom, to be sure!   


Editor's note:   Molly Fisher also creates Chuppah Quilts like those that have been around since the early 1700s. She is currently working on a handkerchief quilt that will be used as a Chuppah Quilt. The hankies belonged to the bride and groom's great grandparents. Visit her website at