Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Flashback

Orphan Adoption Update

It pleases me to show that one of my adopted orphans has neared completion.


Doris M in Alabama adopted two of my kid quilt tops I called Cool Cats.  She has quilted the first one and was anxious for me to see it.  She did a beautiful loopy meander in pale lavender thread.


Doris and a friend have a quilt ministry at their church and regularly give quilts to Quilts4Kids. I am so glad that these tops went to competent hands to see them to a finish.

Thanks to Cynthia at Quilting is More Fun Than Housework for hosting the semi-annual orphan adoption event. The next one will be in September so be sure to check back then for many exciting items going on the adoption block.

4 comments:

  1. It looks great! I just received a photo of a finished quilt made with blocks I put up for adoption. It is wonderful that both are soon to be loved!

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  2. Such an adorable little quilt - some child is going to be so excited to have it! I've been pulling out some older projects and re-homing them to friends who would finish them up and enjoy them. Way to go keeping your newly organized area clean and neat! I always feel more excited about sewing when my area is straightened up.

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  3. Libby, her loopy swirled quilting was the perfect fit to the cats' tails -- and what a darling quilt! Nicely done! :)

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  4. How fun and so very cute!

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