Donation Quilts

Last Saturday, our guild had a Christmas social. We followed all the current protocols and had a great time. It felt almost normal!!! And it was SEW good to see people in person.

I took a total of 9 quilts to donate, but I forgot to take a picture of them in their pile before they went out the door. 5 of the quilts were for the Baby quilts and 4 of them were for Comfort Quilts. And, of course, I can’t remember what all of them looked like! Here is a picture of some of them!

With all the restrictions, the quilts stayed in my home until now. This helped me to have a little bit more room, but I still have lots of quilts!

I’m counting the donation of the 9 quilts as a “Finish.” They are finished living in my house!

I was Featured!

Jennifer, from Inquiring Quilter, featured this table runner on her blog. You can read about it HERE.

Lizzie Lenard Vintage Sewing featured this baby quilt and you can read about it HERE.

One who sleeps under a quilt is covered by LOVE!

Happy Quilting! 

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  1. Kudos to you for creating so many charity quilts! They are so needed and I’m sure will be so welcomed. Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss. Merry Christmas!

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    • Thanks, Vicki! Yes, the top right was a stack & whack – but I can’t remember what size block I started with. Obviously, I added sashing and cornerstones. It was a fun, easy quilt to make!


  2. I’m glad you had a good time at your social and were able to get your donation quilts out the door! I have one on the longarm now I need to get finished before our next meeting in January.

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