Back in March 2022 Quilt Diva Julie sent me a big box of black and white prints for charity quilts. One of the tops I made from Julie's generous gift has finally been quilted and finished by other PCQ members. I just happened to be in the quilting room when they were packing quilts to take to the charity, so I was able to get a quick photo on the design wall.
PCQ's charity quilts are most often a group effort. Julie sent these wonderful black and white fabrics. A local friend contributed some of the bright squares. I pieced the top. Someone else prepped backing and batting. Another person quilted it on the club's long arm. And yet another person bound it.
I'm glad to have been a part of this effort, even though it took a long time for this quilt to move from flimsy to finished quilt.
This quilt was intended for and is going to the local family services agency which aids victims of sexual violence. Some of their teenage clients gravitate toward quilts that have black in them, a story which prompted Julie's kind donation. At 64" by 72", this is a large throw, suitable for any of their clients.