Another charity quilt done and shipped off to Quilts of Compassion. It’s so good to see these go out the door and off to their intended purpose. I feel so bad as some of these I’ve really had for quite awhile.
This one was LARGE. Really large….and really fun. This was an anything goes quilt….all colors and all fabrics. The sashing strips were an awesome idea to bring the quilt all together and slow the busy-ness.
I used my “go to” quilting pattern. I’ve decided that most everything will get this pattern. It just always works and is so easy. I think the swirl of the quilting design softens the points of the rectangles. It’s a nice contrast.
I’ve linked to the design before but am linking again. I love it and am so thankful that I found it.
I wanted to lay the quilt out big so you could really see it but there is nowhere to do that in the house and it’s raining as I write. This is half of the quilt.
It will really be great for the family that receives it…many can snuggle under it.
Last week’s charity quilt that I finished was made by Sharon J in Hatfield, AR and this one is too. Sharon has done lots for the charity quilting cause here….THANKS Sharon!!
If you have questions about our charity quilting project we have a page that addresses most of the frequently asked questions. You can find that here.