Wednesday, August 24, 2011

More charity quilt tops :)

Here's the latest of my charity quilt tops.  The blue & orange one is the culprit of the sheared finger :)  No blood spatters there!  The pink/grey one is some fabric that was donated to my quilt group lately.  I'm not sure it's the most kid-friendly, but I think it'll work.  I have another one cut out and ready to put together real fast later this week.  The pattern is Road Trip Quilt by Cluck Cluck Sew.








3 comments:

Rebecca Lynne said...

Love love love the orange and blue. What is with me this summer? I can't seem to get away from orange and blue - not so much in quilting but my daughter's clothes...you should see them!

Thank you for reminding me to get my bum in gear regarding the 100 Quilts for Kids Challenge. I have two things in mind I am thinking of submitting to charity and well...in this case the thought doesn't count! I have to finish them! Maybe you can kick me into gear. ;)

Kimberlee, The Spunky Diva said...

I need to get in gear to, LOL! I really like your pinks quilt top. I have very similiar fabrics picked out to cut a quilt for charity.

The oranges are fun, and great boy friendly fabrics too!

Marsha S said...

The top one is the same design we are using on the quilt we are making for global missions. Except you are using uniform strips where we cut them all different sizes and then cut the squares to 8 1/2 inches.
I was loving the jelly rolls until tonight when my 1600 inch strip got all tangled! I'm rethinking now on making the other one now with the rest that I have cut of strips.

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