Charity Quilt Finish

I got another of the charity quilts done.

It’s such a pretty string quilt.  The colors on this are MUCH better than the photo shows.

The quilt isn’t really big so it was quick and fun to do.  I believe this top came from a blog reader, Michele from Bathesda, MD.


This one was quick to get thrown onto the machine as there was a backing for it.

I tried out a new quilting motif.  It came from this book- Step-by-Step Free-Motion Quilting: Turn 9 Simple Shapes into 80+ Distinctive Designs Best-selling author of First Steps to Free-Motion Quilting.  I love the book.  You can see another quilting motif that I tried from the book by following this link.

I’ll try this motif again.  It was easy and I like the look.  Besides the obvious reason of helping those in need, I love doing charity quilts as it allows me to try new motifs before I put them on our own quilts.

Neither Kelli or I use batiks very often so it’s fun to get a chance to work with them.

Thanks for sharing a quilt top with me Michele!!

We are hooking up with Confessions of a Fabric AddictCrazy Mom Quilts, and Link a Finish Friday.

5 thoughts on “Charity Quilt Finish”

  1. look at you go – all ‘normal’ in your new house with your new sewing room and your new childcare business…. well done, friend.

  2. Teresa Vaughn

    I love the colors in this. Your quilting is wonderful. I want to tell you I really enjoy reading your posts. You are so generous with your charity work.


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