...for Show 'n Tell at my quilt group meeting before I posted here.
This is a donation quilt that was started at last month's meeting. We each received a pre-cut kit made by one of the members. When we return the finished product to go to charity we get another kit that we can make up and keep if we choose. I thought it turned out pretty....the binding just MADE the whole quilt. I hope some little girl will love it.
This one was started with one block made at the May meeting. Same deal, bring back the finished product and get a surprise. I had the top finished by the June meeting and got it quilted and bound in time for the July meeting. It will be donated as a Quilts of Valor quilt when I get a couple more quilts made. You just get more bang for your buck if you have at least three quilts to mail at once. One at a time gets pretty pricey.
This one will be staying at my house. It's the Jamestown Landing pattern by Bonnie Hunter. The very first time I saw a picture of it I knew I had to make it. The pattern was first published in an Australian quilting magazine and I tracked it down and bought a copy. The pattern is also in Bonnie's book, String Fling: Scrappy, Happy and Loving It! available to buy on her website. I found the layout diagram in the magazine to be most helpful in putting it together.
Happy quilting everyone!