This was a fun quilt to work on. The super scrappy beauties are always my favorite. Anything goes with them.
Backing fabric isn’t hard to choose….
Thread color isn’t hard to choose….
The only thing that was hard about this quilt was getting the little dog to look at the camera because Hubby was in the kitchen wriggling food wrappers. How’s a little dog suppose to concentrate?
For the details about this quilt. This was one of the MANY quilts donated by Sharon J. in Hatfield, AR. She has donated so many quilt tops and I really appreciate all she’s done in making this charity project such a success.
I loved working on this quilt. I am sure some kiddo is going to have lots of fun checking out all the fun prints. So many of them are novelty prints. I can easily imagine playing eye spy with this quilt!! Thanks so much Sharon. This quilt was already sent out to Quilts of Compassion. May it bring peace and healing to the person who gets it.
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.
It’s quite lovely and will delight it’s new little owner!
Poor Ruby, that is an evil amount of doggy distraction! But the quilt is fabulous. You ladies did great work together.
Thank you for your kind words and thank you so much for all of your hard work!! I loved piecing these tops that I sent to you. I just make way more than I can ever seem to get quilted. So glad that you can quilt them and use them. I will send more when you are feeling better and ready for some more.
Wonderful quilt for some lucky person.
So glad you are on the mend.
What a cute little quilt, Sharon J. And thanks, Jo, for quilting and binding it. The eventual recipient through Quilts of Compassion will really love that quilt. I’m imagining a little boy dragging it around.
I love to see how so many people are involved in the process of making quilts for people they don’t even know and may never meet this side of eternity.
P.S. Who won the BlogTour giveaways?