Sunday, August 17, 2014

do.Good.Stitches Quilt Finish - Trust Circle

March was my month to lead the charge for our do.Good.Stitches charity quilting bee.   The lovely ladies of the Trust Circle helped me by using the Not Quite Centered Block Tutorial that I had written.  Using this color palette they got to work and soon enough lots of blocks started appearing on my doorstep.



I added lots of sashing and an equally wide border; which gives the blocks room to breath. Not letting good blocks go to waste, I added the remaining two to the back along with some sashing.  Deciding to add minimal quilting created a ridiculously soft quilt that some child will definitely fall in love with.








This quilt measures 48" x 48" and will be donated to a local charity which supports children in foster care.

To all of the lovely ladies in the Trust Circle, thanks for your help, this would not have come together without your help.

--Kristy

4 comments:

  1. The color scheme is yummy and I like the idea of keeping it soft with less quilting lines. Your tutorial for this is my go to pattern for a fast and fun quilt. Thanks!

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  2. Lovely quilt. Curious which charity you donate to? I've been planning some charity quilts and would like to donate some place local.

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  3. Kristy- off topic - have you seen the Dr.Who goodies at whatonearth.com? Saw them, thought of you,.
    God bless, Christine in Los Angeles

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  4. Glad I stopped by to see your space, Kristy. Thanks again for all you're doing to help with the DGS exhibit at QuiltCon!

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