Community Quilts from Ronda

Oh happy day!!  I have quilts from Ronda to share with you today.

Ronda writes:

Melissa G. of Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida sent three tops to me.  The first one was one large block ~ kind of medallion style ~ which was 34″ square.  I added several more borders to bring it up to 48″ square.


LaNan E. of Primghar, Iowa sent the perfect fabric to use as backing for the red, white, and blue quilt.  The binding came from my stash.


The second top Melissa sent is also red, white, and blue. 
I used a pretty blue fabric with little red hearts for the backing and binding, which came from Karen S. of Chino, California.  This quilt is 45″ square.

The third top from Melissa is the red, blue, and brownish 5″ squares. I used backing fabric sent to me from Diane M. of Freeland, Washington, and binding fabric from Sandra in Texas.  This quilt finished up at 44″ square.  All three of these quilts were donated to Ronald McDonald House. The last quilt I have to share with you today was…
one you sent to me from an anonymous donor.  I paired it with backing fabric from Carla, which I also used for the binding.  This quilt is 71″ X 74″ and was donated to Opportunities Unlimited
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WOW…Ronda was a busy gal.  These all turned out great.  They aren’t fancy designs but a good color selection on behalf of the makers and Ronda’s great finishing talents bring the quilts up to the next level. I’d be happy to own any of these.  Thanks for sharing your talents and fabrics everyone!!

7 thoughts on “Community Quilts from Ronda

  1. Judith Fairchild

    Those quilts !!!!! Rhonda and crew out did them selves. Simple patterns but such use of colors is Great. I would never have dreamed that red, blue and browns would play so wekk together. I think quilters are the most inspired people on earth in making things work. Well done!.

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  2. Kate

    Beautiful quilts and beautiful quilting/finishings. Thanks to all these generous people some little hearts will be blessed.

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  3. Kate

    Beautiful quilts and beautiful quilting/finishings! Thanks to all the generous givers some little hearts will be blessed when he or she receives one of these.

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  4. Joyce J

    I am fairly new to your blog and I am amazed at the network of people you have from all over the country. There are a lot of wonderful caring quilters out there. Great work, very inspiring.

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