Sew Fresh Quilt Bee – February Link Up
It’s time for the first Sew Fresh Quilt Bee linky party!
In case you haven’t heard about this, you can read all about the Sew Fresh Quilt Bee here in this post. We are working together in hopes of making 1000 quilts for kids at Ronald McDonald houses, as part of the Canada Big Quilt Bee. But you don’t have to be Canadian to participate. I know that quilters are generous and kind and there are people from all over the world taking part in this effort to help out those kids!
I have a few more wonky slab blocks to share…
So that brings my total to 32, made from the charms sent to me by Rita of Fabric Please!
But when I reviewed the information shared about the Big Quilt Bee, I see that they are looking for quilts made using 3 blocks in 4 rows for a small quilt (12 blocks) and 4 blocks in 6 rows for large quilts (24 blocks). Since I have 32 finished blocks, I realized that I would not quite have enough to make one of each size of quilt. So I asked Rita if she had 4 more charms squares that she could spare so that I can use my blocks to make two finished quilts – one small and one large. She quickly had those charms in the post and they arrived a couple of days later. So here are my four additional blocks, bringing the total to 36 blocks…..
I just wanted to take a moment to send out a GREAT BIG THANK YOU!!! to Rita for all her efforts in supporting the Big Quilt Bee and for sending along those extra charms right out of her own personal stash so that I can have two finished quilts to donate.
You don’t have to send finished quilts. You can send a block, a few blocks, a finished top that still needs to be quilted. Whatever you can do to help will be greatly appreciated!
Next month I hope to be sharing at least one finished quilt with you at the next Sew Fresh Quilt Bee linky party. Wish me luck!
I’m happy to have you join the hive! To read all about the Sew Fresh Quilt Bee click here.