Saturday, May 28, 2011

Hands 2 Help


This pattern is from Moose on the Porch - called 'Baby Stars' - made with the fabrics sent from my partner. I so ended up loving this quilt I almost couldn't part with it. It now resides with Judi waiting for it's journey to a new home.


I made a boxed-boxes quilt using the mini charm squares received from Moda for the 'Just one Star' project. Paired with a gifted jelly roll, it worked up quickly. It, also, resides with Judi waiting for it's new home.




I can't wait to see everyone's quilts. Looking forward to seeing them in their travels and then gifted out to their new homes. I have enjoyed this and hope it becomes an annual project.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

23 comments:

  1. I LoVe the colours in these quilts. Just beautiful!
    Thanks for the giveaway... I'm over the moon with my selection :0 Thanks again!

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  2. Wow! Beautiful quilts..and you are so fast! That would be a years work for me LOL

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  3. Great quilts! I especially like the boxed boxes. I've been seeing those here and there on blogs and I think I'm going to have to try one. blessings, marlene

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  4. I agree with you. I hope it becomes an annual event. It's been great fun to see everyone's quilts.

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  5. Sharon...you are one of the most generous people I know!...You are VERY generous with your time! Wonderful quilts!

    hugZ,
    annie
    rubyslipperz106.blogspot.com

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  6. Sharon they are both beautiful quilts and I am sure whoever recieves them will be thrilled !

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  7. LOVE your quilts. They are gorgeous!

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  8. Both quilts are lovely, soft and cuddly. Will provide warmth and comfort.
    Like your boxed squares best.

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  9. Great quilts Sharon. Something really comforting about the colors.

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  10. They are beautiful, Sharon! I'm so glad you've enjoyed the Challenge!!

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  11. Those are both wonderful! I have been watching the quilts on flickr and enjoying this. I cannot wait to get better to finally start on mine. It is next on my to do list!

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  12. Great looking quilts. I can see why the star quilt was hard to part with.

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  13. Beautiful work, Sharon! I'm looking forward to hearing about their trip this summer, and imagining some kids cuddled in the quilts we all have made!
    Jacque in SC
    quiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  14. gee you finished yours way ahead of the deadline. love the colourways in both...so lovely and cozy. i hope its ongoing as well!

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  15. Both of these quilts are beautiful! I love the colors, they are so rich and you made perfect use of the fabric in the patterns you chose.

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  16. Beautiful quilts...thanks for sharing!

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  17. Beautiful quilts. I love anything with stars in it.

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  18. Very calming colors! I am having a hard time getting rid of my quilts to sell let alone giving them away,BUT you are doing it for all the right reasons. We do get so attached don't we!

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  19. Those are beautiful Sharon! I like the darker colorways. I often quilt in bright colors but for myself I just love the warm colors you chose.

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  20. Love your quilts, esp. the sqaure in a square.

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