Friday, September 16, 2011

100 Quilts for Kids Postscript

It was fun to be included in Kate's 100 Quilts for Kids flickr mosaic (see here). My sherbet pips quilt is all washed up and ready to go.

I just finished up a Storytime Squares quilt too. What a fun and quick little pattern by Rae Hoekstra of made by RAE! {find tutorial here} Most of the print fabrics I used are from Denyse Schmidt's new "Sugar Creek" line, but you'll see some "Fairgrounds" and other miscellaneous goodies in there too.

And, since Project Linus welcomes finished quilt tops, I am taking my finished Block-a-palooza quilt top, along with the backing I have pieced, and binding that's ready to adhere. Though this top is from my very first quilt-along (what fun!), it's just too big for me to quilt on my machine, and I think someone else might appreciate it more.
Revised to add this last-minute picture of Block-a-palooza

Lastly, I gathered up the charms I'd gotten in a recent Spoonflower swap, made a fun pouch for them, and have offered them to Kate as a prize for the 100 Quilts effort. Hope someone really enjoys them.

I've appreciated being able to support this good cause, while helping children in my own community. The quilt drive goes through October 15, so there's still plenty of time if you want to join in.
Swim, Bike, Quilt


  1. Debbie, the quilt looks fantastic, I love the grey on the back. A real sucess. Erin

  2. You are just to awesome Debbie! I love how you are donating so much to others and I know that they will love those quilts!

  3. That is a lovely quilt, I am always drawn to blue and green combinations.

  4. I LOVE the storytime squares quilt!! :) That is a pattern I definitely want to try out. You are such a wonderful quilter, and a great inspiration to me as I start out. WIsh I had a machine up here at the new house so I could keep working!! <3

  5. thank you, thank you. For being so supportive. For linking up. For making beautiful quilts.