All 2018 Donation Quilts

I really enjoyed writing last year’s post on all the donation quilts I made. It was fun to look back at the variety of projects and collaborations.

Terrain Donation Quilt
Terrain Donation Quilt

Tim quilted this Terrain quilt. SIL and I started it at the retreat.

Mostly Manor HST Top Finished
Mostly Manor HST Top Finished

I finished the Mostly Manor HST quilt and gave it to Tim to quilt right at the beginning of February.

Ends Donation Quilt n.3
Ends Donation Quilt n.3

After finishing a few quilts early in the year, I some of the ends left from trimming. I found a piece of Bonnie & Camille taupe and used it to make this third Ends Donation Quilt. It really is a quick way to make a donation quilt, assuming you have a large enough piece of background. I like the effect, too.

There was enough of the taupe left as well as plenty of ends, so I made another one.

Finished Dynamic Stripes top
Finished Dynamic Stripes top

I decided that I would donate the quilt top from the Libs Elliott class to the guild’s efforts. I gave it in at the April meeting and didn’t provide a back or anything. Very lazy, but someone else will deal with it.

Ends n.2 donation quilt
Ends n.2 donation quilt

This is another Ends donation quilt

HRT Donation Top - April 2018
HRT Donation Top – April 2018

I made a spiky block out of the blue-green 16 patches I made last year, which I, then, turned into a small quilt.

Joelle's Peaky & Spike quilt
Joelle’s Peaky & Spike quilt

I made these blocks and Joelle made a few more blocks and the quilt.

Spiky 16 Patch n.2 Top
Spiky 16 Patch n.2 Top

This is the second Spiky Stars donation quilt.

Ends n.4 Final
Ends n.4 Final

Cyndi did a great job quilting and binding the Ends n.4 donation quilt. I love the binding she chose.

Ends Donation Top n.5
Ends Donation Top n.5

Ends Donation top n.5

Dot Donation Quilt
Dot Donation Quilt

Dots Donation top

Column donation top - Finished
Column donation top – Finished

Red & Turquoise Column Donation top

Retreat Charity quilt
Retreat Charity quilt

I didn’t make the blocks for this quilt. Peggy brought the kits. Someone else made the blocks and someone else will quilt it. I just put the blocks together.

Ends donation top n.6
Ends donation top n.6

I put together another Ends donation (n.6) top and back made from the Octagon 9 Patch trimmings.

This is a good effort. 14 donation tops is a number of which I can be proud.

 

Author: JayeL

Quiltmaker who enjoys writing and frozen chocolate covered bananas.

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