I have a treat for you today. I have four quilts to share with you. All were finished by Ronda. She does wonderful work and was one of the first people to volunteer to help finish quilt tops. I so appreciate her work.
“The first top was sent to me from Cindy E. of Mansfield, Ohio.
This all batik beauty is a nice lap size at 64 X 80. I believe she also sent the purplish batik backing, which I added a little blue to, to make it bigger. The blue I added and used for the binding is from Jeanne M. of Tucson, Arizona.
This quilt went to Opportunities Unlimited.
Barbara L of …
Decatur, Georgia sent the two large pink and white pinwheel blocks. I added the pink and white checkerboard to the sides along with a couple of borders to make it 49″ square. The dark blue fabric I used for the inner border, binding, and some of the backing came from Linda in Tucson, Arizona. This quilt went to Ronald McDonald House.”
“The next one was a kit that was sent to me from Judy M. of Lynchburg, Virginia.
It was a fun quilt to make with the machine appliqued flowers. It reminds me of a picnic quilt. The green checked fabric I used for the back is from Sandra in Texas and the red floral part of the back is some that you sent me, Jo.
This quilt finished up at 60 X 63 and was donated to Opportunities Unlimited.
Diane S. of Rosemount Minnesota sent a kit that started with the Thimbleberries panel and came with everything needed to assemble it. The backing I used I’m pretty sure came from you, Jo. This quilt measures 42 X 52 and went to Ronald McDonald House.
Kathy M. of Westerly, Rhode Island sent the next beautiful top, which measures 72″ square.
The yellow with blue stars fabric I used for the back came from Ila M. of Des Plaines, Illinois. This also went to Opportunities Unlimited.
I always get a lot of questions as to what the pattern might be. I believe the last quilt was the Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt, En Provence. As for the other quilts, I don’t know…They are all wonderful and I’m sure will be loved.