Double Goodness!

Last week I was so fortunate to be on top of a mountain with 55 other artisans. I’ve come back refreshed and ready to share the last two finishes which were completed just before I left.

In my donation bin (yes, I have a bin. Actually had two but now there is only one!) there was a pile of quarter square triangles made mostly of Kim Diehl fabrics. They were from a quilt I completed about 6 years ago. Amazingly, there were just enough to make a lap quilt perfect for Hospice. All needed to be squared. Sewn, backed, quilted, bound and done!

Next was a larger quilt with embroidered blocks. Not only was it all put together, it was backed with batting in the middle and pinned ready for quilting! This is another generous contribution from Laurie J. She has donated countless quilts over the years and I never tire of her excellent work and generosity. Here are two of the blocks:

And here is the quilt – sure to brighten someone’s day:

Lots more goodies in that bin – another day!

5 responses »

  1. Beautiful quilts and so wonderful for donations. 😁

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  2. Wonderful donations.

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  3. Jean L Newman

    Beautiful quilts! Thank you for sharing them.

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  4. Hi Joyce! Gosh, your leftover quarter triangles really came together so nicely. Of course, Kim Diehl fabrics have to lead to something beautiful, right?! The layout you chose is just so striking and I love the different splashes of color as a border. Someone will definitely feel all the love you’ve sewn into these project. ~smile~ Roseanne

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