Charity top finished

Sampler quiltThe center portion had been stitched together a LONG time ago and was waiting to grow into a child-size 40 x 60 quilt top. The triangle border was pieced as leaders and enders while I was working on the architecture quilt, but preparing for the week at Sisters interrupted progress. I got it out this week and did the math for making the spacer border. As soon as I find backing fabric, it is ready for practice machine quilting. After that it will go to Wrap Them in Love, a charity that sends quilts to various locations where cheer and warmth are needed.

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4 responses to “Charity top finished

  1. quilt32

    This quilt definitely says, “cheer and warmth”. Some child is going to love it.
    Lillian

  2. Looks great! Always nice to finish an old UFO, especially for a worthy cause!

  3. What a great quilt! I’m sure it will be cherished.

    Thank you so much for sharing at Needle and Thread Thursday!

    🙂 Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

  4. Cher

    nicely done. I worked a bit on mine yesterday.

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