I am still on a mission to get caught up on all of the quilts that have been finished by Elizabeth. I think this email will have me caught up. WHEW! That’s one person up to date! Now I’ll have to pick another finisher and get her caught up too! Oh my. I do apologize for not being better about posting finishes.
“You sent me these for donations. They will go to Children’s Hospital in Washington DC. Thank you — and thank you to the Cresco ladies, where I think these originated.”
This one is a pretty mix perfect for fall. Now I think this is also perfect for a charity quilt. If you ever need a quick quilt, think of this pattern.
Here is another that is great for a quilt for charity. Both of these look like enlarged quilt blocks. They are pretty and quick. Perfect for charity quilts and Elizabeth’s group did a great job finishing them.
In another email, Elizabeth sent this quilt…
“You sent me to finish. The last two I did went to Comfort Cases, an organization that prepares backpack care packages for foster children.
These are likely to go to Small Things Matter, an organization that supports low-income families hard hit by Covid-19. Both groups are in Montgomery County, Maryland.”
In yet another email Elizabeth shared more quilts…
“Our organization has a collection this week and our blankets will be going to various local charities and a neonatal unit of a local hospital. Thanks to all your contributors for making our efforts possible.”
I think this last quilt was a 3-yard quilt. It’s made with three 1 yard pieces of coordinating fabric.
Thanks so much to Elizabeth, the Cresco Ladies, and anyone who helped along the way. I love that I belong to this village of volunteers.