Lucille Ralston has made over 1,016 Memory Teddy Bears since the year 2000.   The bears are made out of clothing
from a deceased loved one.  Lucille has also made many of these Teddy bears for a women's shelter in the
Weatherford, Oklahoma area from old clothes that she no longer wears, and scrap material that others have given to her.
Lucille worked at The Smart Shop, a dress store in Weatherford for 26 years doing alterations for their customers.
 
" We hope you enjoy the pictures"


This family tree quilt was made by Lucille Ralston for our family reunion in Colo. We sell chances on the quilt to raise funds for the next year's reunion.

Family Tree quilt for our Scouten & Ralston family reunion. Everyone painted their hand and stamped it onto a large sheet & then it was quilted. This was made about 1985
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Pillowcase doll & Memory bear from old quilt scraps.
 

Nine patch with stars made by Lucille Ralston.


Feed sack quilt made by Lucille's mother Eunice King Larson. This quilt was on display at our Centennial Heirloom Quilt Show at the Cedar Schoolhouse in Weatherford, March 3-17th. The show was hosted by the Western Plains Genealogical Society & the Western Oklahoma Historical Center in the restored Cedar Schoolhouse at 520 West Main, Weatherford, OK.
 

Lucille Flower Pot Wall Hanging


Mom would take this Yo-Yo's with her to work on trips to the dr. or work on them while watching TV & made several.
 

Flower pot quilt made by Lucille Ralston.


Ecclesiastical quilt made by Lucille Ralston
 

Scrap quilt with stars made by Lucille Ralston.


Pillowcase dolls from Grandma's pillowcases
made by Lucille Ralston.
 

Memory bears from Grandma's old quilt scraps made by Lucille Ralston of Weatherford, Okla.


Hearts made from scraps
 

Hankie Quilt

 


This crazy quilt was made by my Great Grandmother America Virginia Pennington Ralston in 1892. She was born in 1860 in Lawrence Co. KY & Married Warren Samuel Ralston in 1886 in Otoe Co. Neb & had 3 kids & the family came by wagon to Okla Indian Territory in 1902 to Caddo Co. OK. One of the cousins brought this quilt to the family reunion to show us.
 

 
   

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