I know I sent a lot of charity quilts out to volunteer binders but I did keep a few here. Our daughter Kayla had been so helpful and had sewed bindings down on three. All I had to do was flip the binding over and sew them down so that’s exactly what I did.
This charity top was sewn by Pat T in Spokane, WA. Pat sent two quilts that were very similar so if you think you might have seen this quilt before, that’s why.
Ruby was a pretty sleepy model. As I took pictures and am writing this on a dreary rainy day. She was enjoying an afternoon nap when she heard the quilt snap and jumped into duty…even though reluctant.
Both of these quilts that Pat made were a joy to work with. They laid nice and flat and were expertly pieced. They also were huge so I could load one backing and quilt both of them at the same time. That’s always a good thing.
This one was sent out in a box headed for Quilts of Compassion. May it warm and comfort a family in need. Thanks so much Pat for being a link in the chain to help others.
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.