I’ve had so many emails come in over the last bit filled with Community quilts. Today is Laurie’s day to be featured. She finished queen-sized quilts and I’m sharing them with you today.
“I have two queen-sized quilt finishes for you today. They will be donated to Clare’s Place. Clare’s Place provides 65 units of permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless and vulnerable households in Snohomish County. They have a 98% success rate!
These beautiful quilt tops and separate backing materials were sent to me by Jo’s generous blog readers. I think they will bless and warm their new owners.“
Laurie didn’t say who made the tops…I suspect it might be her but I don’t know for sure. All I do know is that I love them and they look A-mazing!!
Laurie did take time to dress the tops up with some wonderful feathered quilting.
Isn’t this so pretty? I love the color and design and Laurie’s quilting just made it shine.
This Bear Paw quilt done in reds is another beauty.
Laurie took some pictures of it when it first got on the frame…
and some after she did her great quilting. It looks so nice.
I love the backing she chose. I previously was a gal that often used a cream or white-based backing or backing that completely complimented the front. In this case, I would have picked a red. I’m doing betting now venturing out and using a backing that has a touch of the colors from the front as Laurie did with this quilt. I love it.
Here’s another photo showing off Laurie’s talent. It looks so nice.
Many thanks to the top maker and Laurie for finishing it. These are both beautiful quilts that I am sure will bring comfort and warmth to the recipients. Thanks for taking the time to take the pictures, Laurie. It’s much appreciated.