Isn’t the abundance of charity quilts that are being finished AMAZING?? Every time I see an email from a longarmer, it makes my heart happy. Today’s quilts are coming from Karen and her friend Vivian.
“Attached are pictures of quilt tops made by Sharon F from Virginia. The first one measures 43X44 and is a great quilt for a kid. Sharon provided the backing for all three quilts and I used my stash for the binding. The quilting on this one is the pantograph seamless.
#2 is a 9 patch and measures 47X47 and did all over meander pantograph on this one. Vivian completed the binding on quilts one and two.
#2 is a 9 patch and measures 47X47 and did all over meander pantograph on this one. Vivian completed the binding on one and two.
41X51.5 and is also quilted with an all-over meander.
Thanks, Sharon sending these tops and Vivian for helping on the binding.
The first two will be donated to one of our local fire/rescue crews to keep on their ambulance for children who might need the warm hug of a quilt. The third one will be donated to our local homeless shelter.
Thanks, Jo for all you to support quilts for communities. I have several more done except for binding and 4 more to quilt and complete from the 20 that I received right before everything shut down for COVID.”
A huge shout out to Karen and her friend Vivian who does the binding. All your work is greatly appreciated!! Sharon in Virginia, thanks to you for supplying to the quilt tops. They were lovely.
The donation quilt posts are my favorite!!! I am saving a picture of the first quilt! It is so simple but so cute! Good mindless sewing quilt!!! As usual great job everyone!
Quilts are very beautiful! They will be appreciated by someone in need. What a blessing you all are for this work.
Those quilts are lovely. I like the color combinations so much.
Thanks to all the quilters who work so beautifully on quilts to give.
Wonderful quilt tops and great finishes. I really enjoy reading how each of them reached out with there talents to help some one else.
Three lovely examples of the sayin ‘it takes a village’, Jo. How wonderful you must feel to know that you started a charity quilt program that far surpassed your expectations!
being forward from a quilt shop in TN for friends in Oregon:
Sew Creative Ashland
September 24 at 12:49 PM ·
100 quilts went to Talent And Phoenix Elementary school children today. Still need another 350 twin or lap size so every child who has lost their home will have something to snuggle with. Then we will try to serve the middle and high school kids. Please help by sending new or barely used quilts to Sew Creative Ashland at 115 East Main St. Ashland, Oregon 97520