Ronda has been busy working on quilts. She went above and beyond with these adding borders even.
“I have two more completed quilts ready for donation. The first top was sent to me from Ann H. of Winters, California. She also sent extra fabric that I’m guessing was meant to be backing, but I opted to use it to add a couple more borders to make it a little larger.”
“The original top was about 33″ square, so after adding the extra borders, it is now 44″ square.”
“I used backing sent to me from Karen S. in Chino, California. The second picture where I flipped a corner of the top over to show the backing is not showing the real color of the fabric.”
“The whole picture of the back is more true to color. That second picture makes it look pinkish, but it really is orange. This will go to the Ronald McDonald House.”
“The next top was sent to me from…”“…Diane S. in Rosemount, Minnesota.”
“This quilt finished up at 41 X 57, so will be a good size for Opportunities Unlimited. It’s not too wide for use in a wheel chair and yet is long enough to reach from chin to ankles.”
“Diane also sent the fabric used for backing.”
Thanks for going the extra mile with these tops Ronda, adding the borders where needed. I, for one, so appreciate all the work you lovingly put into these to make them the best quilts for the charities you work with. Thanks also to the ladies who donated the tops and fabrics to bring these quilts together.