Quilts made for charity.
This one is for the dogs. Literally. Don’t throw away all those scraps! This is one of the reasons that quilters have been referred to as ‘the original recyclers.’ I have leftover fleece (from making scarves for Christmas), leftover batting scraps (from making quilts),… Continue Reading “Personal Post Just for Dogs”
It’s finished and it turned out great! This shows the first nine t-shirts for this event and was displayed at this year’s event – the 10th anniversary. This will now hang in the Indianapolis Ronald McDonald House.
Hello friends! Been busy but I wanted to show you what’s currently on my quilting frame. This will be on display at the 5k event this Saturday morning here in downtown Indianapolis. Then I will put the other quilt back on the frame –… Continue Reading “On the frame”
The drawing for the sailing nationals quilt was held at the Beers Regatta in Atlanta, GA earlier this month. The winner is Ben Guise of Little Rock, Arkansas. We raised close to $500 this year. Thanks to everyone who bought tickets!
This year our sailing nationals were held at Harbor Island Yacht Club in Nashville, TN. This is the quilt I’m making as the annual fund raiser for the nationals. Since we just moved I didn’t have time to get it completed in time to present… Continue Reading “2012 Y-Flyer Sailing Nationals Quilt”
The Champions Cup Regatta held at Geist Reservior last weekend was a fund raiser for Special Olympics. A couple weekends earlier – when it was so blasted hot, I pulled this UFO (un finished object – aka unfinished quilt project) off the shelf. Open… Continue Reading “Champions Cup Regatta – donation quilt”
This is a quilt I made as a fund raiser for our Y-Flyer Sailing Nationals in Mattoon, IL, June 2011. It is queen size and done in various blues. The original pattern was in American Patchwork Quilting (I believe). This is the Double Wave… Continue Reading “Diamonds in the Water”
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