Charity Quilts Churn dash

I recently had the privilege of completing a quilt project for a family of a deceased quilter.  Apparently, her quilting cache was significant and a bit overwhelming for the family in knowing what to do with it all.  They contacted a Prairie Lakes Quilters guild member and after discussing options it was decided to have the guild members construct quilts and donate them to Project Linus and hospice.  There were a few quilts in-progress which needed completion and the guild members decided to present these back to the family.  It was one of those projects that I chose to complete.  Adorable Churn-dash blocks, so bright and sunny in the colors, it just makes me smile.  I added sashing/blocks and borders and free-motion quilted them.  There were 50 blocks which would have made one huge! quilt, so instead I constructed 2 lap sized quilts.

The natural sun light was absolutely perfect on this picture day! Enjoy the quilting texture and the sunny disposition of the blocks.  I know the family will appreciate seeing their loved one's quilt(s) completed.


  1. Wow these are amazing and what a treasure they will be for the family. Love how you have quilted them and the backs make them double sided quilts.

  2. Beautiful quilt, your quilting is fantastic. The family will treasure them for sure.


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