Orphan Quilt Project


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Total votes for the Contest "Orphan Quilt Project" : 53


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I had not planned to adopt a project… but when I saw this unfinished placemat set, which was an item on my ‘quilting project wish list’ for some time, I decided it was destiny! As a ‘finisher’ I simply finished

Author : Sage Drake

I received 12 of the “diamond” blocks, plus the rest of the layer cake and foundation piecing papers. The blocks worked well with another design I was playing with and I loved the colors.

Author : Barbara McMahon

Came to me with a few blocks done, and lots if little triangles. I’m very happy with it, it will be a gift to a friend. Awesome challenge!

Author : Mary Thomas

Labyrinth top. (Backing had to wait as black batik is hard to find right about now!) I may go with a splatter paint back instead if I can’t find the black.

Author : Elizabeth Brown

The circle is a universal symbol for unity. In this quilt, I tried to use the African fabrics I was given, plus a few more from my stash, to create circles of community and unity. In our nation and community

Author : Patty Simmons

A Sew Sweetness pattern started, and and very close to finished, by Nicole Moore. 😊

Author : Marilyn Butler

I was very fortunate to receive a beautiful “unfinished-orphaned” quilt top. The finished top was a foundation-pieced 48″ x 24″ table runner pattern, “Crossing Paths”, designed by Mary Reed for the Kansas City Modern Quilt Guild. I was captured by

Author : James Brown

I received 11 blocks already made from a color swap!! I am really terrible at binding and sashing so this was the perfect quilt top to practice on!! I LOVE how the orange binding really pops!! I’m embarrassed to admit

Author : Lindsay Sills

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