Charity Quilts and FREE Pattern
I gave an Atlantan friend 8 quilt tops that she offered to quilt and donate to a local charity. Judy D. sent me photos of 5 of them. I actually forgot about a few of these! Allow me to share them with you, along with a FREE pattern for one of them.
The first is one of my leftover samples from a workshop I taught about 10 years ago! I called it Rainbow Strips and Curves. (You can even see the Rainbow Strips quilt.) This is the same picture frame curved corners as I use in my Photo Corners quilt.
|Rainbow Curves in browns and golds|
|Photo Corners Quilt. A great way to fussy cut a beautiful motif!|
Here's another leftover from my very popular Gretchen workshop. I have made this quilt almost a dozen times. I'm also teaching this for a Georgia guild in March (via Zoom).
|Scrappy Logs quilt|
Here is the FREE pattern. I made this quilt using a Windham Fabrics collection called Moonstruck. This was a fun way to play with gentle curves. It also demonstrates my "When 4 Becomes 5 Assembly." I split 1/4 of each of the 4 blocks and turned them so they would create the look of a 5th block in the center.
|Ezekiel's Wheel: 62" x 62"|
Thank you, Judy D. of North Georgia. You worked your magic with your longarm, finished them with binding and have given them to a local hospital treating sick children. Blessings on you!