Thursday, December 29, 2016

Charity Baby Quilts--Finished


This was an over all easy finish from start to stop. times two.  A very generously quilter donated bags and bags of fabric to our guild.  She was moving and unfortunately could not take it with her, so decided to find a good home for it.  We promised to take great care of the fabric and use it for good.  I noticed two identical Precious Moments panels and offered to take them home and quickly quilt them up.

I chose to do an edge to edge loop design for the quilting and used a lovely shade of Aurifil #2405 Oyster.


You can tell from the picture this little spool has been loved very much...it's getting smaller.  One panel was backed with a lovely pink and white flannel also from the donation bag and the other with yardage I picked up at a local store.


I will either be dropping them off at the women's aid and crisis center or parish house in our area.  Both do a pronominal job helping those in need in our community.

Completing both of these tops allows me to cross another goal off the 4th quarter list!


7 comments:

Nancy J said...

A gift from one lady that has turned into another gift by you , truly all so beautiful, the fabric, quilting, and then where it goes. This will be such a treasure.

Stitchin At Home said...

The gift that keeps on giving, becomes a gift itself. My guild has fabric that has been donated that we use in our charity quilt program.

Janice Holton said...

I knew you could do it! One more 2016 finish! Yahoo!

KaHolly said...

They are adorable. Good job completing this one very important goal! XO

Vicki in MN said...

Good job Tish, you completed a goal and you get warm fuzzie's in the process by giving it to someone in need.

Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl said...

What a great way to use the fabric; I'm sure both will be well loved and appreciated quilts.

Subfertile said...

Parish House keeps layettes. OR, you could donate them as door prizes to the Upshur County Baby Shower the FRN and HAPI is having in March.

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