Charity Quilts from Ronda

Our friend Ronda is back at the quilting machine and cranking out charity quilts!!  Ronda wrote to me awhile ago and was feeling bad as she hadn’t completed any charity quilts for a bit.  It turns out she was having trouble with her quilting machine and was unable to complete the quilts.  That didn’t stop her from sewing tops though….

Her machine is working again….and as Ronda says she’s “back in the groove”.

Here’s quilt #1:  This was made from scraps sent by blog readers!

Here’s quilt #2: Ronda writes: “The green/yellow quilt was made from fabric sent to me by Nancy from Livingston Texas.  It was panel fabric already cut into squares and rectangles, along with some coordinating fabrics to go with it.  She wrote to me:  Even with a book and additional fabric I couldn’t come up with a plan for this panel.  Hope you have better luck than I did.  So using her book, I came up with this pattern.”
For the next three quilts Ronda writes:  “The next three quilts were made from fabric that was given to me by the “Quilts for Kids” representative.  It was already cut into strips and squares ready for this pattern.  I used my own batting and the binding came from various pieces sent to me by your readers.  All five of these quilts will go to Quilts for Kids

Here the quilts are:

Thanks so much to everyone who has been helpful with donating fabrics.  You donations really do good things.

A huge shout out goes to Ronda for being such a great help in making all these happen.

6 thoughts on “Charity Quilts from Ronda”

  1. Great quilts, Rhonda! Love them all, especially the green one made from panels. Something quite magical about it – like walking through a wood when the sun glances through the trees.

  2. Cheryl in Dallas

    Jo, I think you need to double Rhonda’s salary. She really is a power house of turning OPP (Other People’s Projects) into beautiful quilts for the young folks at Quilts for Kids. What wonderful quilts Rhonda has created.

    If we are taking a poll, I vote that the first quilt, the pink and red one, is my favorite.

    Rhonda is an inspiration!

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