Ronda has been busy again. She had wrote a bit ago that she had hoped to get caught up on quilts…but then I sent her some more. Poor girl. I feel her pain about being so close to getting caught up and then having more to do. She’s a trooper though and sent these two quilts most recently.
“Two more quilt finishes for you! The first top was sent to me from Kathy M. in Westerly, RI. These sampler blocks use Christmasy looking fabrics or maybe they are just wintery prints ~ wreathes and snowmen and such.”
“So I paired it up with some red, gold, and green stars for the backing and green binding from my stash. The quilt finished up at 46 X 59 and was donated to the Child Advocacy Center.”
“The second top was…
“…made by Cindy E. from Mansfield, Ohio. This pretty teal, purple and cream top measures 64 inches square.”
“I used teal backing and binding that you sent on to me, which came from Jan in Wisconsin originally. This was donated to Opportunities Unlimited.”
WOW!! Thanks ladies. I have to say that second quilt really caught my eye and I wanted to look to see how the dark teal/purple made the design. I just love seeing the quilts others put together.
Both of these are such fun quilts…from sampler blocks to log cabins. Each will surely make someone a very happy recipient. Thanks to all who helped bring these projects together.