Quilts for West Texas-Part #8

Here is the very last of the quilts for West, Texas….

Isn’t this quilt WONDERFUL.  This one was made by Kay (I think).  I think it must have been a block exchange quilt because the blocks all had initials on them.  This one needed a king size batting and I didn’t have one.  Then (believe it or not) I found one for $2 at the thrift store.  The batting was a poly batting but I went with it.

I know for some it’s taboo to use poly batting but it actually worked nicely.

This is floral stipple pattern from the Pajama Quilter.  I love it and will use it often.  I couldn’t match the fabric color of the green or pink so I ended up binding it in white.  It wasn’t my first choice but I did what I had to do.

Way back on April 18th I sent out a challenge hoping to get 10 quilt tops to quilt…I counted and ended up with 18.  Can you believe you all were so helpful??  I also got in some money to help with batting costs, backing costs and postage.  AMAZING!!!!  The first box I sent cost $28 so the donations were greatly appreciated (there are three more going out as I write this).

I had a blast!!  If anyone has some Quilt of Valor tops that they would like quilted, drop me a note.  I will do one a month for free and send them on for you.  Here’s my email address.  Feel free to contact me at rogjok@iowatelecom.net.  I’d like to do something to help….

3 thoughts on “Quilts for West Texas-Part #8”

  1. They’ve all been beautiful quilts! I was happy to help out. Without your request, my top would still be sitting in the closet. you are so generous to organize and do 18 quilt tops! Makes me happy to think someone will be using my quilt!

  2. Ellen Lipscomb

    Jo and Kellie: Bless both of you for the work you do for others and knowledge you share with the world quilters and sewist. BRAVO!

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