Sandra came by the other day and laughing handed me a bag of quilt tops saying, “I think this installment should be called Christmas in June.” I think we are all familiar with “Christmas in July” sayings but the gals bumped it up to Christmas in June…HA!
They sent a big bag full and there was a lot of variety.
There was a string quilt…
Here is a cute Precious Moments one…
Two of the letter were missing so the ladies improvised with some self, fabric-painted blocks. Great Idea!!
Here was a take on a panel-type print fabric…
..a fun four-patch!
This one, I loved…
Check out the fussy cut corners on this. SO CUTE!
More orphan blocks got used up…
This one was really nice. I love the colors.
Here is a framed four-patch. I think this is a great “go-to” pattern for charity quilters.
More orphan blocks got used up in this one…
…and a panel quilt. That outer fabric is a great celestial print.
I think this was my favorite of the bunch. I love that big zig-zag fabric around the outside.
Some orphan blocks got used up too! Awesome.
Here is a fall panel quilt top. The top green fabric I know came from me!
Now we’re into the Christmas in June section…
Some of these were bigger and some smaller. The smaller ones will go to my friend that makes lap robes for the veterans at VA hospital at Christmas.
Check out the silly moose.
The next is perfect for the VA at Christmas…snowman and a flag stripe too.
There were Santas!!
This was a sampler version. So cute! That tree was an orphan block from a blog reader.
All of these are wrinkled and if I had time, they would have looked much better pressed.
There are the silly moose again!
You’ll see them all prettied up once they are finished.
That’s all for this time. Like I said at the beginning, what a variety to tops! Thanks to the Cresco ladies and thanks to all who have sent fabric their way.