It's still hot here, just barely starting to cool down. It's a real tease, feeling the whiff of cool air in the early morning before it heats up for the day! I have two quilts this week in a cool color palette. This first one is a do. Good Stitches NURTURE circle quilt from a few years ago.
Everyone made about (8) 1" wide strips joined into a panel and these were joined into the quilt top by Briawna. Ultimately life happened and the top didn't get quilted, so Pam was kind enough to finish that step. This would be a great use of scrap strings; 1.5" is one of the sizes I cut my leftover strings to, which is what this is made with. But I think it would be a real bear to tackle as an individual instead of a group!
This quilt came from the Sunshine Guild, who have started to support CiL. The top was made by Peggy, quilted by Beth, and bound and mailed by Carol. Thank you ladies, it's lovely!
I've got my annual tie-dye bug again. I made these shirts for the sons of a friend of mine.
Covered in Love is a 501(c)(3) charity that donates quilts to patients dying in the hospital, over 800 so far! The September/October drive is running now, check out the main post HERE if you want to get involved.