Thursday, March 19, 2020

Show Me Some Love!

I am a project that is unloved!

Cynthia has struggled to finish me since my creation and I want to run away to a better home.




Here are what each of my blocks look like.  I was started as an Rainbow Scrap Challenge in 2019.



Right now, I consist of six 20" blocks and three 7 x 20" edge blocks.  So you could just sew me up and have a 47 x 60" quilt.  Or you could finish up three more blocks and turn me into a 60 x 67" lap quilt.  There are lots of options to finish me up...

Cynthia seems to think a new log cabin project will bring her more joy so she is setting me free.
Will you please adopt and finish me?


Cynthia will ship anywhere in the US for free!


If you would like to adopt me, please let me know in the comments that you are interested.  
(Note, your comment should be made directly on my blog and not through Bloglovin' - it does not allow me access to your contact information so I have no way of getting ahold of you if you win.)

I will be selecting a new home from those that are interested sometime on Sunday the 22nd so be sure to comment before then.  If there is more than one candidate, I will select a winner using a random number generator.  Please make sure I can get ahold of you!  If you are not positive if your email is available, please leave it in your comment.  Thanks!

I have been adopted....Thanks for all the offers to give me a new home!




Quilting is more fun than Housework


There are other items being adopted out by quilters so be sure and check them all out.  Also, if you have items you would like to put up for adoption, you have until the 21st to link up.  Time to clean out those UFOs!








12 comments:

  1. Our quilt ministry would be delighted to adopt you!

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  2. I would be happy for you to stay with me until you are finished and ready for a new home to comfort someone. Thank Cynthia for the offer. I enjoy her blog.

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  3. Wouldn't be a good idea to make other blocks from these unloved blocks? Cut them into shapes like circles, triangles, and sew them together differently ;))

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  4. Yes, I would be willing to add more blocks for a bigger comfort quilt. You have done most of the work, so I could have it done much quicker than starting from scratch. I make comfort quilts, one at a time, for people I get referrals for. Thank you for your generosity.

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  5. Nancy A: SewingGranda@gmail.comMarch 19, 2020 at 6:11 PM

    Yes, I would like to adopt your project. Our guild is making skinny twins for the Youth Detention Center. They will be useful, but they will also add color to their plain quarters. It looks like those blocks would make a good quilt for that purpose.

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  6. Hi Cynthia. I was so looking forward to your workshop at our guild's quilt show next month. I loved seeing your trunk show a few months ago, and was wishing the workshop was your Geese Migration, so I could learn your scrappy ways. Maybe if I got to adopt your orphans, I would learn something. I think I told you that I mostly make donation quilts, and someone from the Roseburg women's rescue mission would love a scrappy quilt like this.

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  7. I've commented on this project many times during its construction. I would LOVE to give it a home as a ready-made H2H quilt!!

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  8. Oh yes!! I would LOVE to have your come home to me! I would love you & finish you up[ into a special hug, for a dear friend in need. Thank you for chance.. :)

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  9. I'm bucking the trend here. No, I do not want you to come live with me. (Although I did think seriously about you.) But it looks like there are several quilters who would welcome you into their lives to finish you and move you on to your important job: providing comfort. Just so you don't feel I'm being cruel to you, know that I have 3 or 4 unfinished Rainbow Scrap Challenge quilts to work on.

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  10. This would make a great donation quilt so I would be happy to finish and send off to the shelter. Jmikebalou (at) aol (dot) com

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  11. I love RSC blocks and have finished 7 quilts already. Would love the chance to finish these blocks and donate the quilt! dawn DOT tornes AT gmail DOT com

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  12. I would love to give you a new home! I am sure this bright and beautiful quilt would make a young person smile and bring comfort - there are several local organizations who are thrilled to receive donations. Thanks for the opportunity! Tbelle2u (at) gmail (dot) com.

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