Charity Quilts from Ronda and Friends

I love days when I get emails from charity quilters who are sending in projects.  Honestly, it brightens my days.

Today’s quilts were sent in by Ronda.

Ronda writes:
I have two quilts to donate to the Ronald McDonald House.  They donate diaper bags filled with baby things and if they have some small quilts available, they add a small quilt to it all.  The diaper bags go to the Moms who come in to deliver their babies maybe a bit sooner than was expected so they are not prepared, and more often than not, the babies end up in the NICU, and the moms end up at the Ronald McDonald House so that they are close enough to be with them as much as possible.

Both of these tops came from Debbie S. in New York.” 

“She also sent backing for the crazy quilt and I found fabric in my stash for the binding.”

What a perfect quilt to work for a boy or girl… LOVE IT!  Now check out Ronda’s second quilt….
Ronda writes:  “The backing for the second quilt came from Karen S in Chino, California.  There was enough of the backing fabric to use for binding also.  Thanks to both of these gals for their part in these donations.”

WOW….they look great together.  It’s another quilt perfect for a boy or girl.

Seeing the second quilt reminds me that simple quilts are still very nice.  If it’s not used to cover the baby it will make a great play mat.

Thanks so much for all of your hard work and generous hearts!!  You ladies came together to bless some very needy babies.

5 thoughts on “Charity Quilts from Ronda and Friends”

  1. Hi Jo,
    Would love to know more about the quilts for Ronald McDonald house babies. If you have the information to share, could you post it on your charities tab? That would be wonderful, Thank you in advance!

  2. Jo, I can’t remember what the flower shaped grid on your sewing machine is called. Do you still like it? Do you have to remove it each time you need to replace your bobbin? Does it stay ’stuck’? In theory it seems very helpful, but if it is in the way of accessing the bobbin, I am not sure.’

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