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Finding Good Homes

By October 3, 2018March 31st, 2020Blog

 I had a ton of fun at Quilt Fest.  

One of my favorite parts of Quilt Fest is the orphan block night.

 Members of the guild donate orphan blocks

 A few volunteers get the daunting task of sorting them into bundles for quilts. 

 I’ve had this job.  It’s not for the faint of heart.

 Then quilters gather for a fun night of creating.

 Where lots of orphans find their way into some pretty great quilts.

4 Comments

  • Momma Llama says:

    Orphan blocks become the most interesting and creative quilts. So many colors, ideas and designs, and perfect for gifting. D. Weeks (aka Momma Llama)

  • Needled Mom says:

    It sounds like a challenging, but productive process.

  • Sherry says:

    what a great idea and a special way to use those blocks that might otherwise get tossed out!

  • Karen says:

    What a fun idea for orphan blocks. I belonged to a guild at one time that asked the members to donate blocks that were sorted into piles and then a silent auction had. A fund raiser. If I remember correctly, it could be orphan blocks or a block or two made special for the night.

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