Thursday, May 17, 2018

H2H Finish

Every year I participate in Confessions of a Fabric Addict Hand2Help charity challenge.  This year I decided I wanted it to be a scrappy challenge for me.  Temecula Quilt Company was having a Scrappy Snowball Sew Along that was going to be perfect for this challenge.  I didn’t get my quilt finished in the three months of the sew along but it is finished in time for my H2H quilt.
This year I donate my quilt to a local cancer center.

I have been busy quilting.  I have made three graduation quilts, three birthday quilts and a charity quilt for Layers of Hope Quilting 911.

Graduation Quilt #1
Graduation quilt #2
Graduation quilt #3
Birthday quilt #1
Birthday quilt #2
Birthday quilt #3
Layers Of Hope Quilting 911

Now I need to finish a retirement quilt.  It will be a friendship star quilt.  One block finished and 34 more to go.














17 comments:

  1. I really like the heart quilt, especially with the dark background. All the the quilts are beautiful and will be loved. congrats on 8 finished quilts...

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  2. What a quilt show! The Hunter's Star is beyond amazing; they are all really works of art!

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  3. You've been busy!! Great looking quilts.

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  4. Gorgeous quilts, love the variety that colour brings to shapes. Just lovely.

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  5. Thanks for participating in H2H! I really like your snowball quilt. It's cheerful and fun! :)

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  6. You certainly have been busy! I like your snowball quilt and think you certainly met the scrappy challenge. :-)

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  7. Love all of your quilts. You must never sleep. Your scrappy snowball is just wonderful.

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  8. Thanks for participating in H2H, and for searching out a local charity in need of a quilt-y hug! PS love seeing your SuperNova quilts!!

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  9. Beautiful quilts. You have been one busy quilter!

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  10. Wow! So many pretty quilts. Great job. You had left a comment on my blog about the header quilt - it is a scrappy Birds in the Air block. I made mine as 6 inch blocks with the RSC Challenge a few years ago - making 12 scrappy ones in a color each month. I used the patter from Sylvia's Bridal Sampler book...but I am sure it is online for free as well. Good luck.

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