Community Quilts

Ronda has been busy again…Here’s her latest community quilt report.

I have three more quilts ready for donation.  The first one up is a top that you forwarded on to me from Barbara in NM.  All the centers of the blocks are sweets ~ donuts and cookies, etc. ”

I love all the different polka dots she used!  The backing was included, too.  This will go to the Ronald McDonald House.”

The second top was sent to me from Karen V. in St. George, UT….
  She used a panel to piece together this sweet baby quilt

The back and binding are from Karen S. in Chino, CA.  Since the quilt top is all dogs I thought the backing of all cats was perfect!  This will also go to the Ronald McDonald House.

The last quilt is from Evie H. in Los Angeles, CA.  She says this was a mystery quilt from January 2017.  She made the top and sent the backing and binding to go with it.”

I really like the colors and fabrics she chose.  It is a nice lap size at about 56 X 66 and will be donated to the Humane Society Annual Quilt Auction coming up in less than a month.”

WOW ladies….these are great.  I think it’s a wonderful way to use polka dots and panels.  I saw the first quilt in person back when it was just a top.  It is a very fun quilt!!…and the last quilt, PRETTY.  I love the design.

Thanks so much for your great work!!

5 thoughts on “Community Quilts”

  1. I never noticed these quilts called community quilts. The quilting community is large and together they make beautiful quilts. These are great looking quilts going to where they will bring comfort. Thanks for sharing.

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