We closed year 2 last night for the Ft. Thomas group of Ronald McDonald House Comfort Quilters. What a successful year! We brought in 289 quilts, that is 14% of what the House gives to children (based off last year’s numbers) from our little group! We also turned in 424 ouch buddies, 21 stockings, 20 oven mitts, and 7 pillowcases too. Woot woot!
Christy and Dona are new quilters that have really taken off in our group:
Virginia made a few variations of Moda’s Marmalade Squares (Two!) pattern:
Brenda mastered the Disappearing Pinwheel Arrow pattern from MSQC. The backs were super cool too but I didn’t take pictures
Jean and Jan turned in some wonderful quilts, too:
I finally got around to making a scrappy crayon quilt. We’ve all seen pictures of this somewhere, so I got the old graph paper out and figured out how to make it perfect for RMH and use up some scraps. I’d need to make 50 of these to put a dent in that bin:
Thanks for a wonderful second year of our group!
6 thoughts on “May 2017 Session Recap”
The crayon quilt is so fun!
Thank you Angela!
Love the rainbow goodness in the crayon quilt. Congrats on so many quilts for charity!
Thank you Melanie!
Kudos to you for leading this effort. I am sure these quilts will bring comfort to the recipients. And yes, I love the crayon quilt too 🙂
Thank you so much Preeti!