Another colorful quilt for a child dealing with a crisis. See the beautiful, larger quilt laying on the table? Twin and queen sized quilts are donated to Douglas County Women’s Crisis Center. The abused women use our quilts in the shelter and are encouraged to take it with them to their new safe home. Our volunteers are the most prolific and caring people around. They give freely of their time, efforts and sometimes their own fabric and batting for our mission of helping children in crisis.
Completed snuggle quilts turned in for donation.
Our volunteers are the most prolific and caring people around. They give freely of their time, efforts and sometimes their own fabric and batting for our mission of helping children in crisis.
See the pile of quilts laying on the table behind this quilt? We had over 75 quilts turned in at this sew day.
See the fish in the blocks? We have such creative quilters.
This is called a “cheater quilt.” It is one piece of fabric or could be a printed panel that is not pieced.
You can see by the different patterns and fabric used, we encourage our volunteers to use whatever pattern they want and we get such a nice variety.
These two fish were printed on one piece of fabric. They were cut off separately and used in their own block on this quilt. The quilt maker used 9-patch blocks to fill in the missing spaces and it is really cute.
The middle zig-zag pattern is a Rail Fence pattern with a couple of borders added to the outside.
Square in a square blocks were used here. Very colorful and items in the very middle of each block were “fussy cut” to get a full picture of a butterfly, horse, etc.