Oh I got these done just in time!! My original stretch goal was 3 for each charity, but I only have 2 for each. I'm quite happy with that. Six quilty hugs I'm sending out for this years drive. First up is Happy Chemo - 2 quilts, "Hi" from Nov/Dec 2013 Quilty magazine. Fabrics are a few from Glimma collection and others from my stash. Pantograph is Tea Lights by Patricia Ritter. The other is a tumbler quilt, fabrics are Botanique (Joel Dewberry) and a new panto on this one, Aztec Wave by Patricia Ritter.
|H2H Happy Chemo #1 - it really has binding I promise!|
|H2H Happy Chemo #1 back - Hobbs 80/20 batting, panto is Aztec Maze by Patricia Ritter|
|Happy Chemo #2 - "Hi" , hobbs 80/20 battting, Tea Lites pantograph|
|Happy Chemo 2 - detail |
Next is Quilts of Compassion, 2 quilts. One is a tube quilt the other is Posy Patch from an Amy Ellis book. I did custom quilting on the tube quilt, simple lines in the white and then one each for the colored squares. I used Fanfare Pantograph by Patricia Ritter (I guess I really like her stuff!!) on Posy Patch
|Quilts of Compassion #1 Tube Quilt|
|Quilts of Compassion #1 back |
|Quilts of Compassion #2 - Posie Patch |
|Posie Patch detail - Hobbs 80/20 batting Fanfare Pantograph by Patricia Ritter|
|Posey Patch Back |
And the last two are for Hurricane Sandy Survivors. One is a jelly roll quilt the other a "Hi" quilt.
|Hurricane Sandy #1 Jelly Roll quilt |
|Jelly Roll Detail - Hobbs 80/20 batting Fanfare Pantograph|
|Hurricane Sandy Survivors #1 - "Hi" |
|Hi Detail - Hobbs 80/20 batting, Panto is Celtic Maze by none other than Patricia Ritter|
|Hi back - isn't that a great pantograph? Love it.|
Stop over at Sarah's
to see all the incredible effort and generosity in this quilt drive.
All of them are so gorgeous. You will be surely blessed.ReplyDelete
I really like the way you quilted the tumbler quilt - 6 quilts is a lot - way to go!ReplyDelete
WOW! You have been busy. The quilts are beautiful. They will bring lots of smiles to someone special.ReplyDelete
Seriously fantastic!!! You sewing machines have been humming! Such generous donations Sue...they are certainly beautiful quilty hugs sure to bring comfort to many!ReplyDelete
good for you - all will be so appreciated. Love the textures of the quilting on all of them!ReplyDelete
Your quilting is beautiful on all of these. I am sure they will be a blessing for the recipients.ReplyDelete
All lovely quilts and so beautifully quilted. They will bring hugs of joy.ReplyDelete
Love the quilting! All of them are just beautiful!ReplyDelete
Fantastic effort Sue. You really are a dynamo, I wish I had an ounce of your drive!!.ReplyDelete
Such wonderful quilts! They will be loved!ReplyDelete
WOW!! That's it.......WOW.ReplyDelete
Do you ever sleep? Or read a book? Or vacuum? You are a dynamo. The Aztec Maze really struck my fancy and I've added it to my "I want" list. Terrific quilts and eye candy this week. You sure get a lot of quilting "definition" on your pictures too. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing such gorgeous quilts with those in need. They are just beautiful.ReplyDelete
Look at how many lives you'e going to touch!! They're just awesome, Sue - just like you!! Thanks for participating in the challenge again this year!!ReplyDelete
All wonderful quilts! The quilting on each of them is really great. You really put a lot into this quilt drive and it will surely be appreciated by all the recipients.ReplyDelete
Wow, your quilts are spectacular. I LOVE your quilting!!!!!ReplyDelete
Love them all! and the quilting...wow...you amaze me.ReplyDelete
You have been busy! Beautiful hugs, each and every one!!!!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful quilts, I know that you are going to make some people very happy.ReplyDelete
Wow! These are so great!!ReplyDelete
Your quilting is gorgeous. Quilting charity quilts is such a great feeling.ReplyDelete
My fav are Posie Patch and Jelly Roll quilts, but all of them are great. And the quilting.... I'm envious!ReplyDelete
When I look at quilts like these I realise how much I have to learn still.
Your quilts are beautiful and I'm sure that the people who get them will cherish them.ReplyDelete
These are all absolutely beautiful!ReplyDelete
What beautiful quilt Sue, how do you get some many made......you must not sleep! Thanks for sharing at Linky Tuesday! Freemotion by the RiverReplyDelete
Great quilts....great job!!!ReplyDelete
I love how the quilting on the tube quilt shows on the back. Congrats on your finishes!ReplyDelete
That's great! I love your colors, the black border makes the tumbler blocks really pop. Hey, I noticed you used to visit my weekly linky party, and I thought you'd like to know that it is back up and going with thumbnail photos! :) You're still invited. :) [http://moderntraditionquilts.blogspot.com]ReplyDelete
Sue, these are all gorgeous! What a generous and lovely donation each charity will receive. Great work : )ReplyDelete
Great work, I especially love the Aztec Maze panto, might have to add that to my collection. Greta quilting and fabulous quilts, well done.ReplyDelete
Just thought I'd let you know about the link up I have started on my blog... Would love to see you there!
Well, your quilting makes me feel like a kindergartner! Very excellent work!ReplyDelete
Great work! My favorite is the tumbler.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for linking up with the first Free Motion Mavericks linky!
And my goodness, you have been busy! All lovely quilts and all so different, such beautiful gifts.
So much quilty goodness! What a show! Love that Aztec Maze. Such lovely finishes, Sue. You are such a blessing!ReplyDelete
All of them are beautiful! What a wonderful donation!ReplyDelete