Hello quilters :) These three quilts came from Louise, who continues to assemble donated UFO and orphan blocks for Covered in Love from her sewing room on her floating home. If you haven't seen her series on how she manages to quilt on a boat you definitely should!
Louise posted about these three quilts here. This first one was made with "vintage" bits sent in by Priscilla.
This one is a mix of orphan blocks I sent her and some blocks from an online guild. I love the quilting style Louise used on it!
You should go read Louise's post to hear more about each quilt. The only thing I really contributed was to get some outdoor pictures of them.
I'm reasonably certain that this top originally came from Marianne K. It was a very small top made from batik fabrics and at some point I had put another border around it. (There's a picture on Louise's blog). Louise recognized that everything was too busy and the cool houses and palm trees were getting lost, so she split the top apart and put it back together like this.
Lovely quilting with the calming words in the border. Louise is pretty much my hero!
Covered in Love is a 501(c)(3) charity that donates quilts to patients dying in the hospital, over 700 so far! The Nov/Dec drive is going on now. Check out the main post HERE if you want to get involved.
Linking to Confessions of a Fabric Addict and Finished or Not Friday