Recent Charity Quilt Finishes
You would think that with all the quilts I finish and donate each year (between 2 and 3 dozen) I would make a dent in my fabric stash. Ha ha ha ha ha! You know this stuff multiplies in the night when we're all fast asleep. It's just a trick!
Funnies aside, here are 3 recent quilt finishes from a few weeks ago. (I have 4 quilts awaiting the binding, sitting in a bag in my dining room.) This first quilt was made by my sister who was living in California and just wanted to de-stash for her move to Idaho this summer. It is a lovely scrappy Rail Fence.
|Pink and Green Rail Fence: 56" x 66"|
The next one uses some leftover fabric panels from a fishing themed collection called "Keep it Reel" by Benartex. I stitched the Cobblestone blocks and a guild friend put them together and added the border from what I put in the bag. Here's the front:
|Keep it Reel: 42" x 42"|
And Diane pieced the back. A wonderful way to use it all up!
|Keep it Reel quilt back|
The third quilt uses up the rest of my workshop samples from my Arrowheads class. I retired it and figured I could squeeze one more quilt from the box - and I did. The border prints come from another fishing collection, this time from Windham called Fresh Catch. I put the top and back together (with Jeannie quilting it).
|Fresh Catch Arrowheads Quilt: 48" x 48"|
|Fresh Catch from the back|