Tuesday, November 16, 2010

more charity quilts

Here are 10 more of the charity quilts made by KC Modern Quilt Guild members. Again, these will be going to families who have babies in a local NICU in a few days. I had a couple of helpers available to hold up quilts shortly before the sun went down this evening.
pink/green charity quilt

panda charity quilt
This panda one has a super soft minky backing that gives the quilt a really nice drape and weight.
cowboy charity quilt
This one's kind of super-size compared to the rest. :)
star charity quilt

purple/bright charity quilt

blue/orange dino charity quilt

dino quilt back
This is the back of the dinosaur quilt--cute!
primary color charity quilt

rocket charity quilt
This one has a special back:
rocket quilt back
Such a fun surprise to see this little appliqued rocket ship! I never noticed it before today, when we were taking pictures!
purple/brown charity quilt

primary circles charity quilt
and here is one of the labels that will be sewn onto each quilt:
charity quilt label
I have 5 of them done--must do at least 10 tomorrow.
More of the quilts for this project can be seen here and here. I will do one more photo post with the last few quilts later this week. 


Unknown said...

These look so great! Congrats on a job well-done. Love the labels!

Leslie said...

these are amazing...i love the star quilt

Anonymous said...

The pandas are my favorite! But I SO LOVE those circles with the crayon backing, and that little rocket ship!!

I Love this project!

~ Meagan

Dielle said...

These are all wonderful! Great place to donate your quilts, too!

nrnoodle said...

What a great gift for the families. I have made quilts for the babies carts before but never thought to make a larger one that will be good for the first few years of the babies life. I guess that is a good way to be focused on the future for those wee ones and not just the present. Kuddos to your group.

Diane said...

What a wonderful project! Those are all beautiful.

Elizabeth said...

Wow. Such love and care went into those. What a wonderful project.

xo -El