2006 Soldier Quilts
That is the home page of the group with which I am working to create quilts for wounded American soldiers.
For a look at some Children-of-Soldier quilts, a new endeavor, look here
They are in need of battings and backings to complete the quilt tops people are sending.
Red, White and Blue fabrics, and variations on those colors, are also needed.
Click on the link above for more information, and how you can help.
Top Number 35, Sampler
Some blocks donated by Michele in Wyoming, some made
Top Number 36
A quilt for a female soldier
Blocks donated by
Weze in Alabama
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Top Number 37
Moira had sent some 4-patches and some 16 patches, and I had a lot of squares left from various projects,
so I put them all together in this top.
Top Number 38
A variety of people contributed to this top.
Michele donated some blocks left over from her swaps, Moira donated some blocks, the two middle blocks are from
Dessa, a pattern tester for Quilter's Cache.
Top Number 39
This quilt was so much fun to make! I kept sewing
together strips left from other projects, and cutting blocks to 10.5". I
threw in a few leftovers here and there, including that
top row of blocks from Moira. Love this quilt!
All the heart blocks are from Moira, and the rest mostly from Gabriele, with one from Michele,
one from Weze, and one from me.
Top Number 40
Hugs and Kisses Quilt
These Shoo-Fly blocks were made entirely of
leftover pieces from other projects - 3.5" squares and HSTs. I sewed it as a leader-ender project.
The alphabet blocks were a challenge from Tonya (Lazy Gal Quiltling).
Top Number 41
Blocks donated by a number of people,
Many of the blocks are from Moira, a few are leftover swap blocks from Michele and Gabriele.
The pinwheel in the lower left, and the Sister's Choice in the top row are from Kate Mutch, whose daughter serves
in Afghanistan right now.
Top Number 42
Top Number 43
Extra Shoo-Fly blocks from Hugs and Kisses quilt.
Top Number 44
Extra Bow Tie blocks from Moira
These last two are a little different! The quotation blocks inquilt 43 and quilt 44 were
donated by Paula. She blogged that she felt free from burden, because she'd thrown them away.
When I said I could have used them in AmHero quilts, she dug them out and sent them to me.
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