Community Quilts from Ronda and Friends

Ronda has been busy and sent some finished community quilt finishes our way.  I’m so excited to get them.  Have you noticed that I’m getting in so many finished quilts that I’m having to make two posts each week instead of one??  WOW, I never imagined that!!

Two more quilts are finished and ready for donation.  Both of these are destined for the Ronald McDonald House.  The first top is one you sent on to me from Jo, and came from Maryanne C. in Perkasie, PA. originally.

Maryanne also sent the backing fabric, but it wasn’t quite big enough, so I added the rust strip from some fabric sent to me by Sandra in Texas.

This quilt ended up at 49″ square.

 

The second quilt is one I …
put together from a kit.  I think the kit was in a box I received from Judy M. in Lynchburg, VA., but I can’t be sure about that.

The kit had a sticker on it that said Ginger’s Needlearts, Quilts & Framing in Austin, Texas, so if that helps identify the sender, they can identify themselves in the comments.

The kit included all the fabric for the top and back and binding, too.  It finished up at 45 X 55.”

Wow…these both look great.  Both are great as they spark some ideas for others to make charity quilts too.  Each design is great to use up scrap!!

Thanks to Ronda and all of you who donated the goodies.  I so appreciate it.

6 thoughts on “Community Quilts from Ronda and Friends

  1. Donna

    Nice! I love to see what they’ve done with different fabrics from different people! Some great causes too!
    Love and prayers

  2. Cheryl in Dallas

    Ronda did such wonderful work to finish these two quilts! Thank you, Maryanne and Judy (or whomever made the cute doggie toy quilt top) for starting the process to bless families at the Ronald McDonald House. I just imagine that in the future these quilts will be enjoyed by children who are not even sick right now. You quilters will become part of stories families will tell about their little ones’ illness journey. God bless you real good.

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