Carole’s Quilts and Quilt Repair

Carole is an award winning quilter and pattern designer who does quilt repairs, and charity quilts for Quilts of Valor, Linus Project, Elizabeth House and other local causes.  Carole has tutorials on her blog for borders, binding, and many other quilting projects.  See her blog at From My Carolina Home.

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Carole does quilt restoration work on well loved quilts with sentimental value.  If you have a quilt that needs repair, Carole might be able to help.  Some of the repairs made by hand include this rabbit that was coming apart around the stitching.  Here is the before and after –

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This Sunbonnet Sue was in terrible shape, but was repaired with tulle and machine stitching.  Here are several before and after photos.

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Purple before

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See more of Carole’s repairs on her blog From My Carolina Home – Well Loved Quilt Repairs. Even severely damaged quilts can be saved!  From re-attaching appliques, to reconstruction of tears and holes, almost every quilt can be salvaged in some way. Reasonable rates and happy customers are the hallmark of Carole’s quilt repairs.

Quilt Repair at From My Carolina Home  Severly Damaged Quilt Repair at From My Carolina Home

Contact Carole to give an estimate on your quilt for repair by emailing her at frommycarolinahome at gmail dot com.

Carole’s quilts have won awards at the Mountain Regional State Fair and at Western Carolina Quilt Guild.  Here’s just a small sample of her many ribbons!

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NC Mountain State Fair 2017 at From My Carolina Home.NC Mountain State Fair 2017 at From My Carolina Home
State Fair 2016 - Scrap Dance third.Purple Summer Bliss ribbon second

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5 thoughts on “Carole’s Quilts and Quilt Repair

  1. Carole restored my grandmother’s quilt beautifully. No one else would touch it, but all it needed was some appliques restitched and a corner reconstructed. You cannot tell where the repairs are!! Very pleased.

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  2. Beautiful work. I’m trying to repair my friend’s great grandmother ‘a quilt but people cut out entire blocks top, batting and backing. I have been able to recreate a block to fit in the spots but now I don’t know how to join them together since front and back have raw edges. Wondering if you have any thoughts. Thank you

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