Charity Quilt Finish

I am trying to get my Spoolin’ Around quilt finished up for the Show and Tell Challenge but I had a charity quilt on the frame that needed to be finished up first so…I finished it.

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I absolutely adore this quilt.  It is one sent by Julie.  The childcare kiddos saw it and wanted to keep it.  They loved all the novelty prints in it.

I would love to see the collection of prints because the prints aren’t even repeated very often if at all.

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A simple stipple in variegated yellow thread was my choice for the top.  The back was navy blue fabric-the same and the binding along with a variegated blue thread.

There is a family in the area who experienced a house fire.  There is a Community Benefit is planned for Saturday, July 25, 2015 at the Alta Vista Memorial Hall. A meal will be served from 4-7 PM. There will be a dance from 8-midnight. A silent auction will be active from 4-7:30 PM.

I contacted the coordinators and offered a quilt.  They were so happy to get get it.

Thanks so much Julie…You really made my day by sending it…the benefit coordinators day to receive it….I am sure the buyers who will get it and the family who will benefit in the end.  THANKS-THANKS!!

Today we’re sharing our accomplishment at  Confessions of a Fabric Addict, Michelle’s Romantic Tangle, Crazy Mom Quilts, and Link a Finish Friday.

12 thoughts on “Charity Quilt Finish

  1. Myrna

    I love bright colored quilts and I can understand the child care kids wanting to keep it. I’ve got a charity quilt on my frame today too. I need to piece out the batting and it will be ready for quilting and binding. Have a great day!

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  2. Julie Rito

    I am so happy you liked the quilt!! It sounds like it is going for a good cause, and that is great. The prints are the leftover pieces from making I Spy quilts. I’ll have to see if I have any more to make another.
    Thanks for all you do, I love your blog and patterns!
    Quilty hugs,
    Julie

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  3. Marsha

    I love this quilt. Is there a pattern you followed for this Julie? I have made quilts for all my 9 grandkids and have so many scraps left. This would be a great quilt to make and use all of the fabrics I have used on their many quilts.

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