Thursday, June 9, 2022

Quilt Top Round Up

Little bit of business up top:

I have had 2 mystery Give Back Box deliveries, please email at to claim them. One was a large Swoon block completed quilt, the other (has been claimed).

Secondly:  Quilts for Uvalde info

Now on to Friday Finishes!

It's a quilt top round up! These are some of the last quilts from the batch of UFO tops I finished back in the Spring. This colorful 9-patch top came from Amy A.

Cyndy sent in this scrappy plus top. I really like the assortment if neutral fabrics she used. 

This stunning batik top came from Frances. I suspect it was paper pieced. 


These next two tops came from Irene.  

The colors remind me of 1980s workout gear, what do you think?

It's remarkable how the same colors in a softer palette look so much more mellow.

Lastly, two quilt tops from Priscilla. The first quilt is particularly cool because it features millennium fabric.  I wasn't quilting at the turn of the millennium, but I understand these fabrics were a big thing at the time.  Bonnie Coleman loves them!

And lastly some soft, pretty stars in the sunset! 

Thank you for coming along for this tour of quilted tops! The CiL stash of UFO tops is quickly building back up, just the other day I went through and made a bunch of backings so they'll be ready when I get the quilting bug again. 

Covered in Love is a 501(c)(3) charity that donates quilts to patients dying in the hospital, over 1000 so far! The May/June block drive is live 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. Fabulous donation finishes, Kat!! (Thanks for letting me know that my Block Drive package arrived.)

  2. What a beautiful assortment of quilts to be donated!

  3. Oh, wow! Gorgeous finishes, Kat! I spy some fun, scrappy bindings, too. Many thanks to Priscilla, Irene, Frances and Cyndy and of course to you, as well. Covered in Love is so lucky to have so many hands and hearts doing loving work for the families.

  4. I am just amazed each week at the beautiful quilts that are going to CiL for the patients in the hospital. It warms my soul to see the loving kindness of quilters from all over the land. Thanks to everyone who participates in CiL!!! I think the pretty stars in the sunset draw me in this soothing.