Saturday, May 17, 2014

Hands2Help Update


This Sunday, May 18th, is the final check in to update your progress with Hands2Help over at Sarah's Confessions of a Fabric Addict.  I am very pleased that my three committed quilts are not only completed, but actually at their destination.


Knowing I had some commission work and other priority projects come up, I chose to use one of my 'shelved' quilts for my third charity quilt. This variation of the jelly roll race quilt was sent to Quilts of Compassion.

Now if you are getting pressed for time, you  must have a flimsy or box of orphan blocks or even a finished quilt waiting for a home.  It is not cheating - you don't have to start from scratch.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon



8 comments:

  1. I love the colors in this quilt. Very pretty..

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  2. I like the blocks added to that quilt it really makes it so much more interesting. Congrats on completing your goal.

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  3. Nice variation on the jelly roll quilt.

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  4. Nice jelly roll quilt. I did send in one quilt and received acknowledgement for it. I'll see what else I've got that I can finish is short time. Thanks for the update.

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  5. Congrats on being done. This is a very pretty quilt. I love the way the little blocks change this quilt.

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  6. Love your modified JR. Nice calm colors, too. So generous - 3 offerings. You are wonderful, Sharon.
    I see where you get some inspiration... Look at your carpet! So pretty.
    Hugs

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  7. Mine went out last week along with several others that had been donated for babies!

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  8. Really like the little "stopper blocks"; I have to try that technique. Do you sew them on ahead of time or as you go?

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