In addition to the two quilts I featured here and here, I finished up a couple other quilts for charity over the weekend, though I had some help.
Members of the DC Modern Quilt Guild got together for a charity sewing day on Saturday. We had some fat quarter bundles donated to us by Dear Stella and last month some of my guild-mates took a couple fat quarters home each to make blocks for this quilt.
|Quilt finished approximately 60" x 60"|
Sewing with the group went fairly smoothly. People helped me lay the quilt out, sew rows, pressed the top while I pieced the back, etc. It turns out we even had enough blocks for one more smaller baby quilt, which people pieced while I was quilting the larger one!
In any case, these quilts are all off to DC Child and Family Services Agency where they will be given to children entering the foster care system.
Thanks to Katie for hosting such a wonderful event! Linking up to 100 Quilts for Kids and Fabric Tuesday. Psst - I'm giving away my Sewing Summit Swag here.