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.
Love your quilt. It gives me an idea for my own version' which will add to my Quilty hug quilts for chemo patients.
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
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.
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!
What a lovely finish! Off to check out the tutorial on Sarah's blog…
I saw your scrappy cheerfully happy quilt at Confessions of A Fabric Addict. I am a new quilter, your pattern inspire me 🙂