Friday, January 12, 2018

Positively Pink Donation Quilt

I've mentioned here that one of my goals for 2018 is to piece and/or quilt one donation top per month with a goal of ten finished quilts for the year. In November I pieced this Positively Pink top from scraps and stash.

Now it's quilted, bound, and ready for donation. Pardon the indoor pics, we're having "wintry mix" precipitation here so no outdoor photos.

This baby/kid/lap size quilt is 44" square, and I backed it with pink fleece (no batting). It's very simply quilted with serpentine stitching over the seams. It's soft, drapey, and cuddly.

I'll add it to the pile of donation quilts, and decide later where to send it. It depends on what the charity projects are for the guilds I belong to. It could go to a guild quilt drive, or to Hands2Help, or to Project Linus.

This one is very girly, so next up I'll work with "boy" colors.



Linking up with Sarah at Confessions of a Fabric Addict

8 comments:

  1. It turned out so beautifully, Jan. I can just imagine how excited someone is going to be to receive this quilt!

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  2. What a great quilt - and yummy with fleece on the back!!!

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  3. Very sweet! Someone is going to love this soft blankie :)

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  4. That is a very kind goal to set, I am sure each donation quilt will be gratefully received.

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  5. Very pretty. It will be well loved by some little girl.

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  6. That's really nice. Simple patterns can be so lovely, can't they?

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  7. Cute, cute. I love fleece and flannel on the back of baby quilts.

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