Toward the end of the summer,
Katy (KatyQuilts) announced a sew-a-long called “Two and Four”. It looked like
a great way to dwindle down the scrap pile and have some fun in the process so
I jumped in.
I finished the top on time (read
about the finale – here) and then handed it off to my quilting angel, Sharon
Patterson to quilt. I had intended to pick it up weeks ago, but things got
crazy and … So, Sharon not only quilted it, but bound it and brought it to our local
meeting to show before taking it to the local infusion center to wrap around
some deserving soul. She truly is an angel!
Her quilting makes the quilt!
Thanks Sharon! And thanks Katy for hosting this fun sew-a-long!
So happy to see your finished Two & Four! Thanks to your inspiration, I have have all the columns ready to be stitched together...and I think I'll make another version (in repro fabrics this time) next year.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful finish! Someone at the infusion center will love being wrapped in your quilt! Lucky you for having a quilting angel like Sharon :)ReplyDelete
Great quilt and nice size. Perfect!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful friend, a super scrappy quilt that will bring warmth and a smile for someone at the infusion center. A sweet gift.ReplyDelete
A beautiful gift for a needy soul. Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
what a beautiful quilt and it will bring joy, warmth and comfort to someone.ReplyDelete
Sharon's quilting is perfect for this pattern.
Wonderful! And a special new home for it too.ReplyDelete
Simple but beautiful! Jan in MAReplyDelete
Such lovely warm colors, like autumn leaves scattered by the wind.ReplyDelete
How wonderful to be giving this one away. It will bring a lot of comfort to the fortunate soul.:)ReplyDelete
You and your friend Sharon, what a great partnership for a great cause. Your quilt will be loved!ReplyDelete
That is a great pattern to use up scraps. Sweet quilt!ReplyDelete
I don't know how you fit making this quilt i9nto your busy life, but it looks really good. You and Sharon made a good team for a good cause.ReplyDelete
You are quite an angel yourself, you know!
I wasn't able to participate in the QAL, but I still want to make that quilt. Simple, yet SEW effective!!!ReplyDelete