Judy D your center is fabulous!
Welcome to the Quilting Board!
Just finished going thru all of these when I should be working on an Elvis jumpsuit. Of course I have had a blast looking.
I am not computer savvy..I don't know how to post pictures that I have taken with my phone. We are a church quilting group that meets on Mondays and can usually get 3 off of the quilting rack each week and send them home to so the binding. We don't quilt them, just make the quilt top and sandwich them together with filling inside. We use heavy duty crochet thread. We donate these to homeless shelters and to the womans crises centers. I have seen a lot of posts on this board about sending quilts to Oklahoma. Our area churches are compiling a list of what they need. Hopefully they will have use for something to keep them warm.
Also, please tell me what a flat quarter is and what the difference is between this pack of material verses by the yard. We are all relatively new to this, only about 6 months, maybe more. We also have a Church of God sponcered Girls Home we donate to in Kentucky.Last year all 43 girls got a new quilt for Christmas.
wow they are all very good ...great job gang
Well, I pulled this up because here it is 3 years later and I have yet to receive my RR top from Gwyn Holliday. She was the last person to add the border to it and she got behind and then got sick but has yet to finish it or send it home. She has posted several other projects that she's done since. It's sad that she is doing the same thing to me that someone else did to her. I just wish she'd just send my top home even without the final border. She also doesn't respond to emails or pm's. Sorry to have to rant about a very fun experience. But I am gun shy now about participating in another rr even though they are most fun.
This is really a beautiful and outstanding project.
it is so lovely.it is done by hardworking.
Thanks for sharing it.