The 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.
Charity top finished
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4 responses to “Charity top finished”
This quilt definitely says, “cheer and warmth”. Some child is going to love it.
Looks great! Always nice to finish an old UFO, especially for a worthy cause!
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
nicely done. I worked a bit on mine yesterday.