On this day in 1964, the Beatles were greeted at New York’s Kennedy airport by 3,000 adoring fans on their first visit to the U.S. The “Fab Four” were all in their early twenties and had just scored their first number one hit on the American pop charts, “I Want to Hold Your Hand.”
Susan P. Nattrass and Sylvia Blade, both of Hudson, Florida, collaborated on this block quilt in 2008 for Nattrass’s husband Ronald on the occasion of his 59th birthday. Ronald, a retired fire chief, documented the quilt, titled “You say its your birthday’ (Beatles White Album)” in 2010 as part of the Florida Quilt Project.
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Posted by Amy E. Milne
Executive Director, Quilt Alliance