Sunday, May 11, 2014

Habitat Quilt

Today, (Sunday) I started sewing a quilt top for the Park View Lutheran Quilting Ministry. This one will be a twin quilt for the Habitat For Humanity program. I cut this quilt out about a month ago, so it was all ready to sit down and sew.



Thankfully, the pattern went together better than the last one I did. The dimensions and instructions for that one were all messed up, and there was some operator error as well, during the cutting process. Embarrassed smile The combination of the two made it a ‘not so pleasant’ experience. Thankfully there was enough fabric to make the corrections. (Whew!) Who me? This one went better.


This one had a lot more seams to sew though.


Here is the completed quilt CENTER. I still have two sets of borders to sew on it tomorrow night after work. I would really like to return it to the quilters on Tuesday when I go sew with them. Smile


I’ll add more pictures to this post when I am finished, so check back later tomorrow evening or Tuesday!

Update, Monday 9:45pm.

Finished! It’s off to the quilters tomorrow!


8Have a wonderful week!



Linda Swanekamp said...

I just love that big block print. It is so fun. What a great idea to make Habitat quilts! Wish I could get some people here in Buffalo to do it with me!

Renea said...

Great quilt Michelle. Love the colors and the print. You did good! :) Have tomorrow with the ladies.

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Cute! And you even used the Juki you let me use when I was there. Now to make that bag for my future daughter in law.

Kristie said...

So nice! I really like how it turned out. You are such a giving person.



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