Community Quilts from Ronda

We’ve had LOTS of community quilts pouring in.  I love it.  So many that I’m giving you a double shot today.  Ronda is doing this edition and Karen will be here for the afternoon edition.  Isn’t it awesome to see so much good happening?!

Here are a couple more quilts that I have finished up for donation.  The first one was sent to me from Diane S. of Rosemount, Minnesota.”


She also sent along the backing and binding fabric to use.”


“Diane actually made two identical quilts, so be looking for the twin to this one sometime in the future.  My favorite setting for Log Cabin blocks is just like this ~ the barn raising setting.”

“This quilt is 53” square and will go to Opportunities Unlimited.”

 “The second top…. back, and binding were all sent to me from Karen S. of Chino, California.”

“I don’t have a good place to photograph the quilts outside and this quilt was too big to get a full picture of it on my design wall (which is where I usually take them).”

“I tried to get artsy with it on my bed ~ I guess I’m not cut out to be a quilt magazine photographer!”
“This quilt finished at 87” square and would just about work on a queen size bed, so will go to the Women’s Shelter.

WOW..what amazing quilts.  I personally think Ronda did a great job with the photography.  THANKS so much to everyone who jumped in to donate and work to make these beautiful quilts come to reality.

7 thoughts on “Community Quilts from Ronda

  1. Donna

    Beautiful quilts – it’s wonderful to see quilters coming together to make something beautiful for someone in need some beauty.
    Love and prayers

  2. Pamela Dempsey

    LOve the zig zag pink one! Also, I made your beefy mac and cheese on Friday. We had it for lunch, dinner and then breakfast , a double recipe. 2 big thumbs up! Thank you :)

  3. Cindy E

    Beautiful quilts. I’t s been quite a while since I made a log cabin quilt. I might put it on my list to make. Thanks for all involved – wonderful job. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Judith Fairchild

    Love the rail fence pink quilt it’s feminine but not frilly. The work is great and giving is a blessing

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