Since stay-at-home recommendations went into effect last April, I've had time to make donation quilts for Operation Shower. OS provides baby showers to expecting military families, some of whom are deployed far from family and friends. The quilts I've made since April have now all gone to my guild's OS coordinator who will deliver them to OS for me.
Making these gave me something to do and kept me out of trouble throughout most of the stay-at-home time. The November finish was squeaked in recently between tasks associated with moving, but I wanted it finished and out to Operation Shower rather than have to move a UFO and ship it back later.
If I had to be stuck at home, I'm glad I was able to use the time productively. Bonus for me - I got to play with my stash and have the pleasure of creating these little quilts.
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What a beautiful group of quilts Jan!!! OS will be thrilled to have them! Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
These are wonderful!! you find the best places for sharing your quilts!! I love it!! thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
What a great grouping; I'm sure the 10 quilts will be appreciated and meaningful to their recipients.ReplyDelete
Such a pretty array, Jan! Baby quilts are a nice size to make and these will be gratefully welcomed.ReplyDelete
Each one is SEW cute and sure to be cherished by its recipient!!ReplyDelete
It's wonderful to see them all together like this! You've been generously busy this weird stay-at-home season. My favorite is the September one with the big central squares and high contrast sashing/bordering squares. Love it!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous assortment of quilts that will light up the recipients face, hearts and spirits. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
How wonderful to have completed so many quilts for a good cause. You used up some stash that doesn't need to be moved, kept yourself busy (well moving does that as well) and made some beautiful quilts to welcome new babies.ReplyDelete
You are amazing Jan. Love the soft tones used in many of your quilts. Your eye for color is wonderful.ReplyDelete