I love this scrappy quilt. I have taught this class several times at various retreats ( I’ll be teaching it in St George this January) and I love every color combination I have seen it in. It is so versatile. This picture of it is also a favorite. I love how it shows the whole top so well. But my favorite part is the feet at the bottom. They make me laugh, like my quilt has sprouted legs and now is something like a Sponge Bob character.
This quilt is something of a mascot anyway it is the quilt Ginger and I use to let people know about Boxes of Love. What is a Box of Love you ask. Let me tell you. It contains a quilty hug, resource information, and product samples a nice gift for someone battling the awful disease cancer. The pattern is now available on my website. You can also find dollar download patterns the proceeds from these patterns help me buy batting and backing for more quilty hugs.
Speaking of quilty hugs, every year our neighborhood gets together and ties quilts to give to charities. The whole family gets involved and it’s a fun time to chat with neighbors.
Together we tied 13 quilts for the local women’s shelter.
Now that’s a lot of quilty hugs.
What a wonderful cause! My admiration and thanks go to you and your group. You understand the true meaning of quilting.
That is a wonderful quilt and I can see there are lots of quilty hugs put into the quilts. It is a wonderful cause.
That is a lot of quilty hugs! Kudos to your neighborhood for all their hard work in making it happen.:)
Love this quilt! I'm moving to your neighborhood, cause not only is that a generous and lovely thing to do, it sounds fun!
What a wonderful way to share your talent for those less fortunate. I love that the neighbors get together to tie quilts.
Love that Box of Love! Beautiful quilt.
Generous hearts and hands. Cancer sucks!
Beautiful quilt, I've never done that pattern before. Congrats on your quilty work, so great to see the kids.