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Quilty Hug Finish

By March 4, 2016May 5th, 2020Blog, Quilty Hugs

 This Tuesday was a first Tuesday so that means we enjoyed a sew in at my home making quilty hugs for cancer patients. We had a good turn out and got a lot done. One top completed and two more are real close. I had two quilts basted from the last sew in that I hadn’t  got quilted yet. To keep from getting too far behind I got busy Wednesday and finished quilting and binding this one.

It was made from a stack of donated orphan blocks. We added a variety of black and white print fabric around each block to make them all the same size. Then added a red dotty sashing with more black and white print cornerstones. I quilted it with a large stipple.  My go to when I’m in a hurry.  

Then bond it all with a black print with small white squares. 

It should make a nice quilty hug. Going to try. (I’m away this weekend with friends and not real tech savy,) So if I can figure it out I will link up with Sarah and Amanda Jean.

2 Comments

  • Shasta Matova says:

    That is really pretty. Great variety of blocks and wonderful colorway. I am sure it will be appreciated.

  • Vic in NH says:

    Ahhh, a "Newspaper Quilt" that's Black and White and Read all over, LOL! At least that was the punny joke when I was a kid. The quilt is wonderful and it went together so quickly, too!

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