I'd have to go pretty far back in the archives to figure out when Priscilla from Connecticut first began sending me UFO blocks and tops for Covered in Love.
Like many (dare I say most) quilters Priscilla suffers from the accumulation of decades of unfinished projects, more than could ever be completed.
I'm only too happy to help! Most of Priscilla's quilts are scrappy with a vintage vibe and many of them are quite large. They're perfect for the mostly-older crowd CiL distributes to.
I quilted this Flying Geese quilt and the star one below.
Both of these measure in the 70"x95" range and are gorgeously scrappy. All of these were in the delivery I made yesterday, bringing CiL up past the 400 quilts mark!
Some of the quilts are smaller, but no less beautiful.
This neat 3D geese quilt must have an interesting story. It has a label written on one of the pinwheels dated 2008 from someone named Jeanne.
Just goes to show, each quilt eventually finds its home!
|blocks from Priscilla, assembled and quilted by Kathy|
Covered in Love is a 501(c)(3) charity that donates quilts to patients dying in the hospital, over 300 so far! The Sept/Oct drive is a repeat of one of my old favorites, the grown-up eye-spy quilt. Check out the main post HERE if you want to get involved.
Linking to Confessions of a Fabric Addict and Finished or Not Friday