I simply used Word and found a font I liked, adjusted the size to fit and traced on the quilt with a Pigma pen.
I used Segoe Script for my font and loved it! It has a bit of a handwritten feel to it I think.
It is a lovely little quilt and am very pleased with it. I still haven't decided how I would like to quilt it so that will wait until I figure it out.
Many years ago, I made a friendship (signature) quilt for my Mom when my parents started travelling after they retired. It lived on their fifth wheel bed for many years. I couldn't find a picture of it to share with you but I know I've got one somewhere.
My tip if you are going to make a memory quilt is...if you have to send blocks away to get signed allow yourself A LOT of extra time. It can be challenging to get those blocks back. But it was a wonderful gift that still means the world to my Mom. She loves to be wrapped up with all her family and friend's caring words.
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