Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Quilting Frenzy.

It's surprising how much quilting you can finish when you have downsized the house and need to get some finished quilts donated before you sell and move. The first 4 quilts were tops made by members of my Melbourne quilting group and I volunteer to quilt tops for the group. It's always fun to work with new fabric and designs without having to store the finished quilts.

 These last 3 quilts were made from donated tops from my lovely blog readers.  It's fun to search my stash of fabrics for backings and bindings and again the cupboards are being emptied for a good cause. All of these quilts will be donated to Peter Mac Cancer Centre or to kids in Foster Care.

A huge thank you to everyone who has donated QAYG blocks, tops or fabric. They are all being used to make quilts for the needy and it's only been possible to donate so many due to all my wonderful helpers.
Hugs, Jan Mac


Linda said...

You are really motoring, Jan. Satisfying to see so many donated quilts being finished and given away. Are your cupboards bare yet?

margaret said...

so good to see these quilts completed, Are you moving out of Melbourne or just a short move

marijke Kleefman-Sandee said...

beautiful quilts ,your house not empty yet?