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Hands 2 Help Quilty Hug

By March 4, 2018May 5th, 2020Blog, Quilty Hugs

I am always so thankful to Sarah this time of year as she kicks off her Hands 2 Help. All the quilts I receive from you generous quilters helps me make it through the year of giving Quilty Hugs to cancer patients. There is no way I could do it with out her and you.

 So I was thrilled when she asked me to design a scrap friendly quilt tutorial.

 This is Change for a Jelly Roll. Another of the quilts I’ve designed through my recent love affair with my strips and stings bin. Watch for more. I have a few more in the works. You can find the tutorial for this one on Sarah’s blog.

7 Comments

  • Frog Quilter says:

    Love your quilt. It gives me an idea for my own version' which will add to my Quilty hug quilts for chemo patients.

  • Karen - Quilts...etc. says:

    that time of year again! wow it has gotten by me and I have nothing set aside – what size quilts was it that you usually collect and when do we send them to you? – I know I made one or two for you last year and well need to plan something and get started right away

  • Marti says:

    That is a nice, scrappy quilt. Kudos to you for taking care of cancer patients. My little quilting groups makes quilts for cancer patients here and it's sad that there is an increasing need.

  • swooze says:

    I just read about your quilt on Sarah’s blog. Wouldn’t it be fun to use the background fabric in the strata to add another layer of interest! Great quilt!

  • maggie fellow says:

    great quilt

  • The Joyful Quilter says:

    What a lovely finish! Off to check out the tutorial on Sarah's blog…

  • Unknown says:

    I saw your scrappy cheerfully happy quilt at Confessions of A Fabric Addict. I am a new quilter, your pattern inspire me 🙂

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