For those who are interested in the variety from “the block” and the various orphan block tops, here is the blog post from the retreat’s official photographer.
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Tagged as charity quilting, child quilt, scrap quilts
That was very interesting to see. I can’t believe the number of quilt tops that were made.
Thanks for sharing that. I could easily pick you out, without even enlarging the photos. =) That’s a lot of wonderful quilts!
I really love your charity quilt. I make quilts for Project Linus and would love to use your block pattern. Could you please share the block size and measurements. Thank you, Tish McCaffrey
Wow! the pictures Carol shared were great! I never knew people conducted a formal guild but online. It’s great you guys got to meet IRL this year. 77 quilts — what an output! Do you put a special guild label on the quilts when you donate them? Keep up the great charity work!
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