Community Quilts from Ronda

Oh HAPPY DAY!!  I have quilts from Ronda to share with you today.

Ronda writes:
The first top was sent to me from LaNan E. of Primghar, Iowa. With the sports balls print fabric, it will be perfect for a boy’s quilt. The orange plaid backing fabric came from my friend, Evie H. of Los Angeles, California. This quilt finished up at 48 X 68 and was donated to the Ronald McDonald House.

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Linda in Tucson, Arizona sent this colorful split 9-patch, along with the fabric I used for the binding. The backing fabric came from Diane S. of Rosemount, Minnesota. This quilt is 57 X 67 and went to Opportunities Unlimited.

Linda also sent all the 36-patch blocks sewn together checkerboard style, which I put together to make this into a top. The backing fabric came from Karen S. of Chino, California, and the binding from Sandra in Texas. This quilt is 48 X 60 and was donated to Opportunities Unlimited.”

Ronald McDonald House and Opportunities Unlimited are so lucky to have Ronda in their corner completing and donating so many quilts.

WOW…what a lot of people came together to get these beautiful tops  made into quilts.  I’m so impressed!!  Many-many thanks to all who donated to make these quilts happen!!

9 thoughts on “Community Quilts from Ronda”

  1. All of these are so pretty and will go to great causes. Thank you ladies for all your hard work – someone is going to be very blessed!
    Love and prayers

  2. This is so wonderful! Thank you to everyone working on these charity quilts. Where wiukdi send dinationscc CV of fabrics?

  3. Very pretty quilts and nicely quilted. Thanks to all who donated them and may each recipient be blessed by the love represented in each quilt.

  4. Thanks to all involved in the making of these quilts. They are beautiful and nicely done. Thanks for sharing.

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