Friday, September 16, 2016

Quilty Hug Parade

Yesterday I received this simply lovely quilty hug. The top was donated and my friend Julie quilted and bond it for me. Doesn't it look nice hanging behind my herb garden? 
 This fun eye spy was donate with everything but the binding done. You may remember that I was cutting and prepping bindings at our last Quilty Hug Sew in. I had promised to show the results when I was done. Well here is one of them.
 This top was donated and the very talented Ruth quilted it for me. This is the second one I needed to put a binding on.
 This orphan block quilt was also donated with everything except the binding on and is the final one I was prepping with binding.
 All four quilts are ready to be donated to one of the many charities our Quilty Hugs go to.

Yesterday was my guild meeting and Suzy brought her finished Scrappy Bear Paw. Didn't she do a great job? I just love seeing how everyone makes the quilt their own. Suzy's bear paws in the corners of her borders is a nice addition.

8 comments:

  1. Just like being at a quilt show in my jammies! Thanks for the eye candy this morning.

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  2. They really are a great bunch of quilts!!! It's fun to see them finished!

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  3. Oh lovely, I do like the Scrappy Bear Paw in particular, and I can never resist a Christmas tree. Pretty

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  4. Such pretty quilty hugs for a Friday!!!

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  5. The first quilt is so simple yet so stunning. What size are the finished blocks and what are the dimensions of the pieces in each block? The blocks look fairly large - maybe 12"? - but when you have lots of plaid shirts (like I have), large isn't a problem. Thanks.
    Nancy. (ndmessier @ aol.com, joyforgrace.blogspot.com)

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  6. I'm always impressed when charity quilts are more than just your basic, quick quilt.

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  7. All beautiful quilts ♥

    summerdaisycottage.blogspot.com

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  8. Lots of scrappy goodness all in one post. Thanks for linking up with Oh Scrap!

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