The fantastic and generous Sarah Watson donated a FQ stack of Indian Summer to the Seacoast Modern Quilt Guild to be used for charity. Peg from Sew Fresh Fabrics, and also a SMQG member, donated coordinating Kona solids. We solicited volunteers from the group and broke into four groups and made the quilts collaboratively. Today was the day I was able to collect the quilts from the guild meeting and will be packaging them up and sending them to Amy who has agreed to help place the quilts with survivors of the tornados in Moore, OK.
Amy has already shared the stories of two little boys who will be receiving a couple of the quilts and the stories are just heart wrenching. It is nice that we are able to do this little bit of something to console those families who lost so much.
The quilts are all unique and beautiful. This quilt has a hand embroidered center panel inspired by the fabric design.
This picture reminds me of a totem pole so I had to include it.
I did go a little picture crazy but I was having fun. Thank you to all the members of my guild who contributed their time and talents, to Sarah Watson and Peg for the supplies, and to Amy who will make sure that these quilts get cuddled.