Friday, January 14, 2011

Quilting for Others

Quilting for others has been a significant aspect of the female involvement in the community for decades at least.
DH's grandmother talked about and showed me the quilts the Mission Society was making for the Indian School in Arizona in 1973.
A week of charity stitching has given me the opportunity to join the that illustrious group. A quilt pinned and ready for machine quilting. Windsor Community Quilts was gifted the center. My contribution is from the light border out. Members of the group helped with the pinning. A contemporary version of a "quilting bee".
Two more blocks for flood relief.
Check out the button on my side bar to be part of this international "quilting bee"





To all of you enjoy your weekend and the stitching you manage to do. Terry

5 comments:

Susan In Texas said...

What a lovely quilt, Terry. Did you design it yourself?

Happy quilting,
Susan in Texas

kaite said...

i like that "international quilting bee"! i'm buzzing along here, will have another 35 done by Monday's post. Yours are looking good, more like ours. hgz, k.

Notjustnat said...

That a great quilt and great colour too! Well done with flood relief block. All the fabric from you stash?

Have a great weekend yourself - Hugs Nat

Sue-Anne said...

I love your modern day "Quilting Bee" quilt and your flood relief blocks are lovely and bright and cheery.

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Wonderful Terry...I like your modern day Quilting Bee...Dzintra♥x