I have a baby quilt finish. It came to me nearly finished - only missing one border. I can't remember where I found it. I knew it would make a great donation quilt. Our guild donates to the police department for the the kids that are taken from bad situations. They often have only a brown paper sack to take with them. We also have a healthy family organization to which we donate.
It came with a piece big enough for the back. I must say, I like starting out like this, rather than from scratch. haha.
6 blocks had been embroidered very nicely. I really like the I love you fabric. That belongs in any baby quilt.
I brought this quilt out of storage, so that, I could finish it for PHD 2020, and, I looked for something purple for the rainbow scrap challenge.
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What a great finish! It will definetly bring a smile to a child!ReplyDelete
Such a pretty quilt! I especially like the embroidered blocks and the quilt will surely be loved.ReplyDelete
What a sweet little quilt! Someone is going to love being wrapped up in this.ReplyDelete
That quilt is going to bring comfort. I agree, every quilt needs to say "I love you."ReplyDelete
Great work on combining those two challenges for a fast PURPLE finish!!ReplyDelete
That is a sweet little finish! Someone's going to love it!ReplyDelete
What a lovely baby quilt to finish!ReplyDelete
Such a pretty quilts. I love the backing fabric, perfect for a baby quilt.ReplyDelete
That is such a sweet quilt. Makes me wonder why the maker never finished it. Glad you brought it to an end and it's going to make someone feel very loved.ReplyDelete
Two goals in one quilt and a perfect finish - hooray. Thanks for linking up to TGIFF!ReplyDelete
This is a lovely quilt! Good luck finishing it for your PHD in 2020!ReplyDelete
Thank you for linking up to PHD in 2020! :-)