Monday, February 25, 2013

Donation quilts

I hope you all aren't getting bored with seeing my quilts I am making to donate to our local Ronald McDonald house. At this time of year I focus a lot of my time and energy into making these quilts so the kids can be wrapped in warm hugs while they are not feeling so well. These are all lap size and each are quilted with a different design. I actually used a couple panto's this time-yes I know shock! I really do like freehanding best however I just thought I should whip out a panto this time and the first I used was Happy Times on the pink yellow quilt and it went so smoothly that I used Square Spiral on the brown/yellow one and that too just flowed-guess it was just my day to use panto's. 
     The Quick Strippie quilts pattern can be found on Mary's website.  I wish I knew where the idea from the purple/white squares quilt came from, I know I saw something on the web but don't have a link. So if you recognize it please let me know! Anyway thanks for looking and I really do love getting comments, I read and try to answer each one :-)
Linking up at Stitch by Stitch today.


  1. Vicki, those quilts are so cute. The quilting designs are so perfect for each one! I am really wanting to try that ribbon candy treatment someday.

    : )

  2. Hi Vicki, I enjoy seeing your work! I would love a tutorial on your new modern table runners with appliqued squares.

  3. I have forgotten about the Ronald McDonald house!! Thanks for rejuvenating this post under our charity theme to remind all of us of this need.


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