I am happy to say I’ve gotten several emails lately from people who have been finishing up quilts for the community. It’s so fun. I can’t wait to dig into all the emails and share the quilts with you. Today is Ronda’s day to share what she’s been up to.
“While waiting in the dentist’s office for two of my grandkids to have their dental check-up, I was reading a local magazine and found yet another deserving place that I can donate quilts to. It is called Siouxland Foster Closet. It is a place that takes in new and gently used children’s clothing and other items that children who are placed in foster homes might need. I will contact them to see if they would like some quilts for those kids, too.”
“The first quilt I have to share with you was a top made by Melissa G. of Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.”
“She also included the purple flowered backing fabric and the blue binding.”
“This sweet little quilt finished up at 48″ square and was donated to the Ronald McDonald House.”
“Diane O. in Michigan sent the top, backing, and binding for the pink quilt….
“It finished at 51″ square and was also given to the Ronald McDonald House.”
“It’s kind of hard to see the quilting in these pictures, but with the cherries in the pink printed fabric, I thought the pantograph called Cherry Blossom was perfect to use on this pretty top“.
What fun quilts. The backings are all so perfect for the fronts. Great work ladies!!