Sunday, April 14, 2019

H2H Check-In

I have three quilts ready to donate for the Hands2Help Comfort Quilt Challenge!

The first two are baby quilts, made from orphan blocks left over from a quilt-along I petered out on a while back. 

I'm glad to have gotten them together and finished up in these past few weeks.  These will go to Jack's Basket.

The third is a scrappy string quilt made using Sarah's On-Line tutorial.  I quilted it a couple days ago with long vertical wavy lines.  

Simple but effective.  In fact, I love the effect!  I think I need to make another one to keep.  :)

(Back of On-Line quilt - using a border print in center.)
This one will go to Happy Chemo.

Linking to:  Confessions of a Fabric Addict - First Check-In


  1. Wow, three quilts. They are all really cute. I love that scrappy back on the strings quilt.

  2. Great work! I did a rectangle tutorial of Sarah's too for my first one, and had the same feeling, to make another. :-)

  3. Nice work! I like the scrappy strings (and the back) a lot. You must be making scraps all the time, so should definitely go again and have one for yourself.

  4. Fabulous quilts for the various charities supported by Hands2help!!

  5. I love how orphan blocks turn into pretties! Wonderful quilts—neat idea to use the border print for the back, too.


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