I had some mailbox overload….not in a bad way, in a totally good way. But, it has me looking for a little help.
There were four boxes that were FULL of things..
This is a Texas themed project. The fabrics even have bluebonnets and the words “Texas” on it. There are blocks and some extra fabric.
There are over 120 blocks already finished. Another border could be put on them….they could be sewn together and finished like this. My problem, I think it would go best to someone it Texas. Is there are charity quilter in Texas who would finish this up and find a charity that could utilize the quilt?
Any volunteers would need to send a picture or to to me of the finished quilt. Provide Sandra’s name as the person who donated the fabric and provide the name of the group it was donated to. Anyone willing to grab that project and go with it?? If you are, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Again, I think it would be best if this goes on to someone in Texas. **A VOLUNTEER HAS BEEN FOUND**
There was cat fabric and coordinating fabric. There’s about two yards of each.
There is Christmas fabrics….
There is yardage….
There are generous left overs from projects. These two bundles happen to coordinate in color.
There are two quilt tops that are rail fence design…not quite complete but close with some fabric with to help with the finish.
Then there were kits…yes, I said kits! See?This has the pattern and the fabrics to make it. The fabrics are earth tone and I think batiks.
Here’s a better look at them.
This one is fun colors….
You can see them a little better in this picture.
Here’s a “Turning 20 Again”. The fabric is the same as the fabric shown in the small pattern. What fun colors!! A good boy quilt…I think.
I have emails out to two of my charity quilters who work on these types of projects. (UPDATE: Ronda is taking all the kits and extra fabric) I’m sure they will want to snap up all of the projects except the Texas quilt. That’s why I am asking one of you Texan girls to volunteer to take the project on….Anyone??
I really admire Sandra for going through her stash and finding things that she wasn’t interested in and passing them on. What a generous gift…and it will keep giving. The charity makers will love the donation. The recipients of the quilts will them. So much good starts with one gift. THANKS so much Sandra. The goodies you passed on are wonderful!!
UPDATE: Keep watching the blog…Sandra has plans to send out more goodies. There will be lots of charity projects to see due to her generosity. While I was coordinating this, Ronda wrote that she is super happy with all the fabric donations. She loves making charity quilts but buying backing and batting is expensive so having the fabric for the tops donated is super helpful. Ronda is #2 on our list of people who work on charity quilts and are looking for donations. Check out this page to see more people/groups looking for donations.