I have more community quilts coming in and I’m so happy to be sharing them with you. Today’s edition comes to you via Ray.
“I just put the binding on this quilt that was created by the Cresco ladies. It is a beautiful, colorful 9 patch quilt.
They held nothing back in putting color to this quilt. Love it. I found some fabric from Pat K. in FL to use for the backing which added another level of color.
With all the colors and patterns in this quilt, I decided to go with the butterfly motif and plain old white thread.
There was no way quilting was going to be able to begin to compete with these fabrics. My thanks to you, the Cresco ladies, and Pat for contributing the color to make this exciting quilt to be donated.
The next quilt is also from…
Ray and the Cresco ladies. Ray writes:
“I needed to get caught up on binding quilts that I had long-armed and set aside. I can’t let myself get into that bad habit. Yes, this is another wonderful quilt from the Cresco ladies.
This one is a 4 patch pattern. I dearly love the little Spring bunny blocks. The pastel striped sashing and borders are saying Spring is around the corner. I know that is tough up there where you are having record cold. The pink backing came with this top.
I decided it needed to spread a little more love with the heart motif and pink thread. Cute, cute cute.
Thanks to you and the Cresco ladies for sending this quilt my way to complete and donate. I am positive it will but a smile on someone’s face.”
These all turned out great. Much love went into these and I hope the recipients can feel it!
I think we all can relate to knowing we need to keep up with binding and how quickly it can get out of hand if we don’t work to keep up with it. Why not give Ray some support to let him know he’s not alone. In the comment section please leave a comment and tell how many quilts you have that need to be bound.