Ronald McDonald House is the chosen recipient of donation quilts from one of my groups, and EACH of us made 12 quilts for that cause this year. I finished the last 2 this month (yes, a LITTLE behind!).
These are a good illustration of why a dark border is a good idea to make a quilt feel “finished”. I’ll try to remember that next year!
And here are the other 10 donation quilt finishes for the year. I love how different they are! I got to try lots of new things 🙂
Design by Cindy Williams
Pseudo Random arrangement starting with Kaffe fabric
This is a leaders-and-enders project
February donation quilt. This started out entirely different, but I failed to take Before and After pictures.
Oooooh! Can I pick favorites? Love #1 (light and dark shadows), #5 (ultra traditional) and #6 (maple leaf). Congratulations on finishing in such a terrific way, and to RM House for receiving such great quilts.
Thanks ☺ I was surprised by how much I like the look of the ultra-traditional.️
I like the one on the left just the way it is (Why do I hear echoes of Mr Rogers?). A great dozen. How many participated?
There are only 4 of us in this group, but each one did 12! Nothing wrong with Mr Rogers–wish I could be so consistently positive 😊
The one at the very top is my favorite…..gorgeous choice of colors!
Thanks for looking! Those fabrics are batiks–hard to go wrong with those 😊