Most of these quilts are 50"x70", perfect size for a hospital bed or a couch (the one with yellow centers is bigger). The blocks were made by more than 20 quilters! I quilted two of these, one with a zig-zag going against the grain of the strings, the second got a big stipple. The other two were long-arm quilted by the wonderful Annie McHugs!
So many fun fabrics, so much variety, so much to look at! Below is a quilt top that came to me already completed, with yellow middle strings to pull the whole thing together. A few of the tops I sorted by color or tone, but the first few I made were just a complete mishmash.
Thank you to Nancy, Teri, Rhonda, Dee Dee, Summer, Tish, Valerie, Susan, Melanie, Kati, Dhia, Johanna, Margaret, Mina, Ann, Amanda, Barbara W., Barbara A, Jeanice, Tricia and the ladies of the Tyler Modern Guild, and I know there are a few more I missed!
The December block drive post is up now if you want to participate this month! Remember, these quilts, over 30 so far, go to the families of patients who pass away in the hospital. These comfort quilts really do mean a lot to families on one of the worst days of their lives.
Linking to Crazy Mom Quilts Finish it Friday.