Ronda sent more quilts. I had messaged her asking if she was wanting more. Ronda is so sweet and said, “I’ll gladly take them but doesn’t anyone else want any?” Well I thought I’d ask again…Does anyone want quilt tops to finish for charity?? If you do, drop me a note at email@example.com. The only requirements is that you send a picture of the finished quilt and tell us where it was donated to. It’s fun if you write a little something like Ronda does. There’s no hurry. We always hope the quilts are done in about six months or so…but certainly understand that life comes first.
…and onto Ronda’s quilts.
“Here are a couple more quilt finishes. The first one was a top sent to me from LaNan E. in Primghar, IA.”
“She included the binding for this cute “Circus is coming to town” kid’s quilt. I used backing sent from Karen V. in St. George, UT. The colorful fish in this backing fabric match the colors in LaNan’s top perfectly. The finished quilt measures 40 X 53 and will go to the Ronald McDonald House.”
“The second quilt top was made by Debbie S. in Holland, NY.”
“With the blues and tans/creams and the tiny little red pinwheels, this quilt reminds me of the beach. Blue skys, ocean, sand, and seashells. So I used a backing that is a sandy beach scene with seaweed.”
“I’ve used this backing on another quilt and wouldn’t you know, when the leftovers went back in the closet, the name of who sent it to me didn’t get attached. So, thank you to whoever sent that big piece of backing. I also used it for the binding. This quilt is 51 X 55 and will also go to Ronald McDonald House.”
“…And I’m off to quilt another quilt!”
How fun…and perfect backings for the quilts for sure!! The fish in that first quilt are adorable. Both quilts are super sweet and will be sure to loved. Thanks so much for sharing these Ronda and thanks so much to the blog readers who helped make it all happen.