Ronda has been busy again. I just love getting email from Ronda. It’s fun for me as so often the quilts that she does are sent directly to her and bypass me. So seeing them for the first time is fun. It’s also fun to see the ones that I were delivered to my house first. Quilts look so much better finished and then I can really appreciate Ronda’s work.
“I have two more quilts to share with you. The first top was made by Kathy M. of Westerly, RI. She pieced these cute penguins and then added the snowy winter branches fabric for the border. So cute!”
“She also sent the fabric for the backing and it is penguins, too. The black binding came from my stash. This quilt finishes at 42 X 58.”
“The second top was made by…”“Evie H. of Los Angeles, CA. She says it was the QB Mystery Quilt Train #7 from September 2014.”
“She also made the pieced backing and binding. This quilt finishes at 56 X 72, and is as pretty on the back as it is on the front!”
“Both of these quilts went to Opportunities Unlimited and they are ever so thankful for them!”
WOW…both are wonderful. I gotta admit that penguin quilt sure had me smiling. Thanks ladies for all you work and donations. I am sure the recipients will love them.
8 thoughts on “Charity Quilts from Ronda”
Oh I liked both quilts. I enjoy making double tops quilts. That way if something happens to one side the other side is still good or whoever get the quilt has the choice of which side is up. Glad to see someone else does it too
How lovely those very different quilts are. The penguin one is so cute, borders and backing are just perfect.
Recipients will be happy with these quilts!!
Both quilts are lovely. I love to see the different quilts, and it inspires me to make more. Thanks to all involved. Thanks Jo for sharing.
Wow! Both quilts are fabulous!!! I am always amazed at the quality of quilts donated!
Love the penguin quilt! Is there a pattern available for purchase?
Love when you share charity quilts ~ so inspiring!
I love both of the quilts. Quilters are so generous with their time, money and talents.
If anyone know the name of the penguin pattern, I would love to know it.