We did it! We wrapped up our 3rd year and exceeded our goal of 250 quilts. We collected 337 quilts, 48 stockings, 428 ouch buddies, 18 pillowcases, and 2 oven mitts for the Ronald McDonald House in Greater Cincinnati, OH. Woohoo! We’ve made 794 quilts since June 2015! This has been a lot of fun 🙂
On to the goods… Here are some super fun kit quilts made with 6″ squares:
One groovy scientific quilt made with 10″ and 5″ blocks:
This is an I Spy kit – someone will be entertained with this:
Gotta love these quirky bento boxes:
6″ strips mixed with some 6″ blocks will whip up fast:
Here is another Garden Fence kit from a past challenge:
Someone turned in an adorable vintage panel:
Here are some gorgeous pinwheels made with sweet floral prints:
Our February sheep challenge was a big success! I think everyone enjoyed making these little lambs come to life:
For this session, I challenged everyone with a curved log cabin quilt. Stay tuned to see how those took shape when they are turned in at our July session!
On to our 4th year with a new goal of 300 quilts!
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I love those sheep! What pattern did you use?
Aren’t they adorable? We used the pattern found here: https://duringquiettime.com/2014/07/little-house-on-the-prairie-sew-along-sheep.html