I am a fun, loving person who can be out spoken when I need to be. I love my life. I have a wonderful husband and 3 boys. My fabulous mother in-law, Judy makes quilts. After watching her and with a little encouragement I was bitten by the bug.  I have been making quilts sense 2004. I  also make fabric postcards, mini quilts, tote bags, purses, coasters, curtains, pillow cases, aprons, and some clothes. I enjoy crafting with paper. I love to find a bargain. My fabric stash consists mostly of fabric that was on sale. The cheaper it is the more I can buy, Right? That is what I keep telling myself anyways.

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  1. HI Holly,
    I lost your phone number, so I thought really hard and remembered the quilts. I searched for quilts by Holly Elam & tada. Well now you have my email address. please get in touch with me. I need all your info.
    Love to all
    I miss you

  2. Holly,

    I made a comment someplace else & I cannot find it. I clicked on this and OMG a message from Toni looking for you.

    Where do you find the time for all of this?

    I am getting ready to get into this crazy tub.

    I love You and Miss you………..and of course the 4 boys that live with you.

    Have a happy mothers day,

    I love you,

  3. Hello Holly,

    I talked to you at the flea market in Muscle Shoals about a week ago. I was looking for someone to embroider “Cherokee Indians” on the left chest of a jacket. My name is Tommy Buckner and my cell is 256-412-0180. The art work would, I assume need to be digitized. (I can send you the image) If interested in doing this for me please give me a call or email me.

    Tommy Buckner

  4. Holly:
    In perusing the internet for free log cabin blocks, I came across your True Blue Quilt pattern. I would like to make this accessible to the members of our group which is currently doing a log cabin challenge using 20 different blocks to make a quilt. Your pattern would compliment the blocks we have already done quite nicely. I would provide the link to your site for them to get the pattern from and then post a couple of hints I used in making the block.

    If I don’t hear back from you, I will assume that it is okay for our Worldwide Quilting Group to use your free true blue pattern as a block.

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