Friday, April 30, 2021

Donating One from the Stash

 I usually try and donate about 4 quilts to various organizations as part of the Hands2Help  quilt drive.  Sarah over at Confessions of a Fabric Addict hosts this event.  Every spring I find myself frantically  finishing up a number of projects for donation quilts.


With so many finished quilts around my house, I decided to do things a bit differently this year.

What a relief it has been!



Remember this lovely scrap quilt I finished last year?

Well, it had not found a home yet so I decided to send it off to Covered in Love.



There are very few florals prints in the quilt and the colors have a masculine feel.




If you want to read more about this quilt, you can read the original post.  This design is something I will definitely revisit again.


If you want to learn more about the Hands2Help quilt drive, you can check it out here.

I hope everyone has a fantastic weekend!




13 comments:

  1. That is such a cool quilt!! I remember when you were *inspired* what comfort that will bring!

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  2. Nice looking quilt. It's very generous of you to donate it to charity.

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  3. This quilt is going to have such a wonderful home! I like how the gold band of color makes the entire quilt sparkle!

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  4. Beautiful! Whomever gets this beauty will love it. And this is a good strategy. I’m not fast enough to finish a quilt in the time allotted, so I’m thinking of getting one ready for next year starting now.

    Michelle
    https://mybijoulifeonline.com

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  5. What a very smart idea to keep from feeling an extra dose of frantic. I think this is a beautiful colorway, although I have to admit that lately I've been thinking about brown (which is really odd and different, maybe just an itch I need to scratch?!?!?).

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  6. This is a cool quilt, and I love the colors and fabrics you use.

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  7. I'm so happy to hear you're giving this one to CiL! This is one of my favorites of your finishes :)

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  8. I'm surprised that it hasn't found a forever home. It is such a cool quilt. One that's on my to-do list. Good for you for finding it a home anyway. ;^)

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  9. That's a good one to send off to Kat! She's always in need of more gender neutral quilts for Covered in Love, Cynthia.

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  10. And we're very grateful to have it! I really adore that color combo.

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  11. Lovely colors together, your quilt is gorgeous!

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  12. I really like how this one turned out with those common centers.

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