Thursday, September 2, 2021

More Fiddlesticks Quilts

Welcome back to the rainbow forest! That's what I think when I see the quilt above. These are Fiddlesticks quilts 6-12 from last Fall's block drive

The first 2 quilts were pieced and quilted by Pam. She has a great knack for color coordinating the blocks. 

These next four quilts were quilted by Linda. Two were pieced by Pam and two by Linda.  

I would not have made it through the past year without these two ladies and others who have taken on quilting duties to help with the block drives!

You can see previous quilts from this drive here. Speaking of block drives, this year's Sept-Oct drive is just up. 

I decided we would return to an old block drive in a new color scheme. You can check out the block drive post here

Fingers crossed that Fall and cooler weather comes soon!

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. 

Linking to  Confessions of a Fabric Addict and Finished or Not Friday


  1. Those look great, Kat!! Patient families are sure to love them.

  2. Those Fiddlesticks quilts sure look great. I really appreciate all the help you have had getting these blocks put together & quilted & finished by your loving quilting angels.
    Sundae looks so very, very happy cuddled up on top of you.

  3. I believe these are my favorite quilts that you've ever pulled together. They are so bold and lovely...each color combination makes for a different quilt. It's amazing the variety you can achieve with just the one block. The use of those tiny scraps is fabulous!!! I don't 'know if you'll bring this block back, but it's superb in my opinion. Thanks for sharing these vivid beauties.

  4. Loved seeing all those beautiful quilts - well done to all involved :)

  5. This is one of my favorite blocks! I love the birch/aspen forest look of them, especially in the saturated bright colors. Thank you to Linda and Pam for all their help in getting these beauties finished :)