Ronda is busy again…or still. I always love seeing any email that comes in from Ronda. In my topsy turvy life, it is wonderful to see kindnesses and regularity. Emails from Ronda with new community quilts is just the right medicine.
“I have three more quilts ready for donation this week. All three of these tops were made by Jean D. of Seguin, Texas. She also sent the red backing for the first one, which is about 49″ square”.
“There was enough of that red to use for the binding, too.”
“Some little boy will love the second quilt. It has rows of cows, barns, chickens, etc…. The red plaid backing came from Gloria S. in Lomita, California.” …see?
The 3rd quilt would be good for either a boy or a girl. I used the same red plaid from Gloria for this one.
Both of these quilts are a nice lap size or would even work on a child’s bed.
All three of these will go to CSADV as they give each child a quilt when they arrive at the shelter.
Aren’t these all just great. I think any kid would love these. I am so impressed with all of the quilts. It makes me so happy to see good being done in the world. You ladies who donated and worked on these are the good. That makes my heart happy.
Jean sent the green plaid binding for this one.
I’m up early getting the DH off to work. I decided to check my mail and check in with you. I’m always glad to see the non medical posts since that means things (medically speaking) are uneventful at your place, which is good, right? Your attitude through this all has been a sight to behold. It is encouraging to see the kindness that the people in your life are capable of. Blessings!
Love to see what others have done with fabric for quilts – the need is great in many places.
Those are such lovely donation quilts!
Super quilts! So happy there are Rhondas in the world that finish what we start!!!!
Really like the quilts. I have been working with a group of quilters who make quilts to give to St. Andrew’s Clinic. It’s nice to see the different kinds of quilts also being given.
I always like to see the quilts that Ronda finishes. The work put in by all involved is admired and shows us what a network of quilters accomplish. Thanks quilters for your generosity and inspiration. Thanks for sharing.
I have a brother in Lomita. It made me smile to think that one of his neighbors might be the generous gal who sent the fabric. It really is a small world, full of good people looking out for each other. That’s not all it is, but that’s part of it and it’s good to be reminded. Those quilts are adorable and will do so much good. Thanks for sharing.