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Friday, May 17, 2019

Hands 2 Help...Done

Hi everyone. This is my final post for Hands 2 Help 2019. I finished two baby quilts for Jack's Basket, all while getting ready for my craft fair. Here are my quilts:
 Here is the first one. I had made these 16 patch blocks a couple of years ago from a jelly roll. But then I got stuck as to what to do with them next. Until now.
 This one is rather girly, with pretty pink flowers on the back. I was happy to find a use for this big chunk of fabric that has been in my stash for awhile.
 This is the second one. I feel like this one could go either for a boy or girl. More of the 16 patch blocks from that same jelly roll.
 And this fabric has been in my stash for more than 10 years. I used some to back a baby quilt for my first grandson. He will be 13 this year! Below is a close up of this backing.
And here they are together, right before I shipped them out to Jack's Basket. I hope they bring some happiness and joy to a couple of families. Great thanks to Sarah at Confessions of a Fabric Addict for once again bringing us together for some really great causes.

6 comments:

  1. Two delightful quilts. These will be appreciated.

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  2. Those 16 patch blocks make a great quilt, and I love the bright, happy colors, too!

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  3. They are so bright and happy!!! Great job!

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  4. I agree with other's comments....so bright and happy~!

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  5. Two very different "feeling" quilts made with the same pattern... LOVE them both!!

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  6. So bright and cheerful - I must make a 16 patch one day!

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