Sunday, May 20, 2018

Hands2Help Link Up


A big thank you for SARAH @ Confessions of a Scrap Addict for all she does to pull this wonderful event together.  Each year fellow quilters are so giving and the numbers climb with each sponsored year.  They spread those quilty hugs so generously.

Each year Sarah reviews charity group requests with three chosen to represent the year, but you can donate locally.  I chose to donate locally with my quilt guild's yearly project with Chatholic Charites to help our own communities.  Each year I donate three quilts in name of my children and they were delivered with the guild's contribution in April.


A scrappy blue Twin Sisters quilt from my tutorial found HERE,


A variation on the Jelly Roll Race quilt pattern with some soft pastels.


Using up some scraps of pinks and greens for the Loving Hearts - own design.

Please visit SARAH and see all the wonderful quilts being donated around the world.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon 

15 comments:

  1. Blues, strips and hearts, the Blues have it for me, They did for Harry and Wills too, with their uniforms. Maybe May is the month for blue.Apart from Dione and others, with the May colour of the month, who chose green. My green Ted did have a smidgeon of blue, however.

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  2. I especially love the pink and green. Nice!

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  3. Beautiful quilts. Loving hearts is my favorite and so appropriate for a donation quilt. Thank you!

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  4. How clever to add the hearts to the pink and green quilt. They add sparkle to the patchwork. And I really like Twin sisters. I'm still trying to figure out how to link up my Instagram photo to Sarah's linky.
    Pat

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  5. All these quilts are so beautiful, but I especially love the quilt with the hearts! That's a lovely way to break up simple patchwork. Thank you for all you do to support H2H!!

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  6. They're all great, I'm partial to the pink hearts...so lovely!

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  7. Nice comfort quilts, Sharon. I especially love the Loving Hearts quilt, so pretty.

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  8. Beautiful quilts, Sharon. Thank you for giving back.

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  9. They are all very beautiful; I think the first one is very classy as well.

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  10. The twister one is my favorite! Great quilts, Sharon. Thank you so much for donating them in the name of your three kids :)

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  11. Great quilts. Great donation cause. I especially like the blue one!

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  12. All three are terrific! I do find the heart one fascinating and keep looking at how you constructed it.

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  13. Lovely, from the vivid blues to the soothing strips to the pink hearts. How neat that you donate them in the name of your children.

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