I finished off two more charity quilts in the last week or two. My 1800's fabrics are quickly becoming tops and off the the guild charity program.
This one really isn't 1800's, but I didn't have anything except these strips of it, so it got thrown into the mix.
This one ended up just being 4 inch strips finished. Easy to make and it went off this past week as well.
This quilt I unearthed when I moved fabric from one storage area to another in my studio. It was complete except for the side borders. Why I just left it at that and tucked it away I have no idea. Once unearthed I finished it, quilted it, and bound it. It is a keeper to be put with a couple of other baby quilts I am stashing away for just in case gifts.
I love that last quilt you shared! You had put it away with the fabrics for the side borders? It sure is cute - I'm glad you were able to salvage it and finish it. Some baby and mom will just love it! ~smile~ Roseanne
Nice work and such a great use of your stash. I love making charity quilts also, mostly for children and teens. Have a good day, hope you get some quilting in.ReplyDelete
love the baby quilt!!ReplyDelete
The baby quilt will be treasured by any baby. A warm hug for a special little one. Very nice.ReplyDelete
Very cute baby quilt - thank you for sharing on Midweek Makers!ReplyDelete
I just love the baby quilt with those vintage blocks of children playing, so cute! Great border fabric too! Thanks for sharing with 'sew stitch snap SHARE'ReplyDelete
That is great that you are working through your stash for making charity quilts. Adorable baby quilt! How nice to have some ready for when needed!ReplyDelete
Your busting through stash and making quilts for charity is such an inspiration! I also love that quilt you found... Way to go finishing that off!ReplyDelete