More Quilts for Charity

As I was cleaning my sewing room, I discovered one quilt top that was kind of finished.  Actually, I made it about 10-15 years ago, and when I finished it, it just wasn’t big enough.  It needed more… so I threw it in a box and aged it. And I recently pulled it out, quilted it, and it’s headed to Blankets for Bastrop.  Kind of manly, eh? And then I discovered some blocks that I made and then discarded (many years ago!) because they were a little wonky.  Luckily wonky is the new black.  When I bought the fabric, I thought it was adorable.  Salads and tomatoes!

So hopefully this one will bring a little cheer to someone who needs it, too:-)

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3 Responses to More Quilts for Charity

  1. Those are so great Danielle! I am working on a WIP I started a few years ago and hope to get it done and be able to donate it to Project Linus too. But who knows. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Karin says:

    sometimes ‘aging’ does wonderful things to quilts! 🙂 I’m sure they will be very much loved whoever gets them!

  3. Ellen says:

    Aging works well with wine and cheese, so why not quilts? Great quilts for a great cause!

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