Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Charity Quilts 18, 19, 20 & 21 of 52 πŸ’

I'm making 52 quilts in 2018 for Jack's Basket, where babies with Down syndrome are celebrated. In May I worked on quilts 18, 19, 20 and 21:

Quilt number 18 is quilted with Macaroni:




Quilt number 19 is quilted with Pretty Paisley:



Quilt number 20 is quilted with Baby Curls:



Quilt number 21 is quilted with Spring Thing:



The quilt pattern I'm using is "Simple Gifts" from the mini book, Fat Quarter Love, by Modern Quilt Studio.
   
Do you have a go-to baby quilt pattern?
   
I'm being affected by the Blogger glitch of comments not being sent to me. I'll do my best to reply to your comment via email, or on my blog if I don't have access to your email.Thank you for your patience.
   
Grace & peace!!! ~Nancy

  
Linking up with Slice of Pi Quilts on her charity quilts link on the last day of each month in 2018,Let's Bee Social,  Needle & Thread Thursday,  Confessions of a Fabric Addict, Busy Hands Quilts, Friday Foto Fun, TGIFF, Crazy Mom Quilts, Cooking Up Quilts.

17 comments:

  1. Here's hoping Blogger will get the comments section running properly again soon!

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  2. I really like the "macaroni" quilting! All the quilts are adorable.
    Quilter Bonnie

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  3. You're doing great! According to my percentage calculations, you're right on target for getting 52 done for the year! I have learned my "easy" baby quilt pattern takes more time than I would ultimately like for a project of this scale. Normally, I take all I learn to do better next time, but I'm a bit scared of what the goal might be next time! Lol!

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  4. Another bright and happy batch! I love the owl print you used on one of the backings :)

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  5. I love all of your fabric combinations and it's a great way to use up the stash. And double kudos to you for staying on this wonderful task.

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  6. Hi Nancy, those are really cute quilts. Love the fabrics and your quilting :-)

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  7. So pretty from the pattern to the fabrics to the quilting!!!

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  8. I love these! Your fabric combinations for all of these charity quilts have been so fun!

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  9. Beautiful batch! I'm still impressed that you're doing so many charity quilts. I especially love the macaroni pattern and how even it is! It's like perfect clamshells.

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  10. So fun to see this pile grow and know how well loved they will be.

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  11. Nancy, your quilts are awesome, and what a great cause!

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  12. You go girl!! Great job! No need to reply to my comment! Just cheering you on!

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  13. wow such an awesome goal, and 4 wonderful quilts

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  14. Awesome! The quilts are all beautiful and I love the charity you're donating them to. Good luck meeting your goal for the year! Thanks for linking up with TGIFF :)

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  15. WOW. I can't believe you have made so many around! so impressed! Are you going to do a gallery of all of them together at the end of the year. I love how each one has their own character!

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  16. These are so beautiful. It's interesting to see a similar pattern in different colors schemes. I've got just one quilt for them, for now that is. I'm not nearly as prolific as you are!! I assume you follow Katandcatquilts.com but if not, she just posted about Jack's Basket wanting baby quilts. The work they do is amazing and they will be floored by your multiple donations.

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