21 May, 2017

Hands 2 Help Challenge 2017: completed quilt!

Good (rainy) morning to all. Pictured above is my finished quilt for the 2017 Hands 2 Help Challenge. This charity quilt measures 50"X52", and has Warm N'Natural© batting. The fabrics are all 100% cottons. The stitch-in-the-ditch and meandering quilting is all done on machine. This quilt will be going to: Em's Scrapbag- Happy Chemo. It is always a pleasure to quilt for this yearly event. Be sure to visit the link party link below to see many more Hands 2 Help 2017 quilts. To see the back of my quilt, follow the link below my signature.

~Linking-up with: Hands 2 Help Challenge 2017 final link party~

This photo shows the backing of my quilt. It is a cream-on-cream lacey print cotton. Chose white for the binding. This quilt was a true pleasure to make, for such a worthy cause. There are many more quilts to see at the link party. Today is mother's birthday, so sending best wishes to the best mother in the whole world. Prim quilting blessings.

8 comments:

  1. Looks like a fun quilt to make:)

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  2. Very pretty quilt. Perfect fabric colors for quilty hugs.

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  3. Oh thank you all so much. It is always a pleasure to sew for Hands 2 Help. I had been wanting to try this pattern for a good while, and this seemed the perfect project for it.

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  4. It's beautiful, and I love the two different kinds of quilting! Great work!!

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  5. Beautiful fabrics Danice! I love warm 'n natural batting too.

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  6. Happy Birthday to your sweet Mother! LOVE the quilt...you are such a kind and generous soul. I'm glad you are my friend. Lots and lots of hugs to you AND your Mother, Diane

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  7. Thank you every one. This quilt has been mailed and is on its way to a deserving person.

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