Sunday, May 19, 2019

Four for the Basket

     Four done baby quilts for Jack's Basket. I used scraps donated, partially done blocks donated, and some stash. The backs were given to me also. I tried to quilt two at a time on the longarm (different backs next to each other and it was a bit challenging). These are for the Hands2Help challenge sponsored by Sarah Craig.
     You can go to the link and see all the other quilts people have made. I had other tops for another charity, but I could not get them quilted in time. Now, I have to get these packed up and shipped out. I enjoyed making them and I hope they give the recipients some smiles.

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6 comments:

Joyce Carter said...

Very nice Linda. I am sure they will be well loved by the person that receives them.

BunkHouseQuilts said...

Such great quilts. Love, love the backings.

PymaGirl said...

Love, love, love the heart quilt. It will bring joy to whomever receives it!

Sarah Craig said...

Linda, these are all so sweet, and sure to bring a big quilty hug to some families! Thank you for being part of H2H again!!

Alycia Quiltygirl.com said...

Oh sew cute!!!!

Julie said...

It's so fun to see what everyone has made for the quilt drive. I know each of these will brighten more than just the world of the receiving child because the adults in the the child's life will love them just as much. My favorite? The Eric Carle's Hungry Caterpillar, and just because I remember those years so well. What a beautiful act of giving, Linda! Thank you for sharing so much of yourself.