Tuesday, 18 December 2007

Lovely stained glass windows

I was just looking through my picture file for a picture of one of my childhood Xmas trees with all of my siblings on Xmas morning. Alas I couldn't find it, but I did come across some pictures of some lovely old stained glass windows which I took at the 'Our Redeemer' Lutheran Church in Warracknabeal when I held a family reunion in 2005. They originally came out of two county Lutheran churches, of which one of them was built on land donated by my family and named after my great great grandfather. They are lovely.




These first three I am told are from the church my family worshipped at last century.

Hmmm....I'm feeling a quilt design could be made out of these. A project for the New Year perhaps.

3 comments:

Jorja's Nanna said...

Hi Jackie,
Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. I will send you the bell pattern. Don't know how big the pattern will turn out on the email so you may have to enlarge it.
I love your stained glass windows. What a beautiful legacy from your ancestors. Isn't family history interesting.

Jackie said...

Thank you jorja's nanna. Family history is another one of my hobbies. Very time consuming, but I do love finding that illusive bit of information which completes a story. I actually have quite a lot of relations up your way. And thanks in advance for sending the pattern.

sMC said...

love your decorations. btw have a dd living at Brim. Must tell her I know someone from Warracknabeal, that always gets her worried. lol

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