Saturday, February 14, 2015

Charity Quilting

At the last meeting of Annapolis Quilts for Kids, I picked up several quilt tops and backs.  I've been working through them since then.
Here is another fun quilt.  This one is made up of some leftover backings and pieced squares.
 Often I load these up and I know simple quilting will work perfectly.  I quilted this one with a meander.  Stitched up quickly and the results are so snuggly.
Unicorns!
I didn't get fancy with this one.  I did leave the inner border without quilting to make a little bit of a line between the blocks and the wide, outer border.
The rail fence design was used to create a rainbow of chevrons effect.
All three of these quilts were pieced by other members of Annapolis Quilts for Kids.  I'll take them to the next meeting and hand them over to another member of the chapter for the binding and label.

Have you sewn up anything for charity this year?  Have you joined a local charity that is making a difference in your community?

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