Sunday, 16 February 2014

Donation blocks

I recently read about Alison's Soy Amado project on her blog Little Island Quilting.

Please take a look at her post Soy Amado if you haven't already seen it.
Such a worthwhile project and I am sure it will be well received by the Quilting Community.  Quilters are always so generous with their time that I am sure Alison's project will be well supported and QAYG blocks will be flooding into her post box.

Here are 6 blocks I have made which I hope will be OK and help to make another quilt to keep a Mexican Street child warm.

The quilts Alison has already made using her own and donated blocks are so cheerful and colourful they are bound to put a smile on the face of the child who receives one of these quilts.
We are still having gorgeous weather here on the South Island, New Zealand so this is all the sewing I have accomplished during this week.

Those quilters in the Northern Hemisphere are probably sewing away like crazy, trying to forget the rain, winds and snow outside.
Happy Sewing!


  1. These are such happy blocks and colours! I'm sending mine off today too :)

    1. Thanks. I enjoy making scrap blocks. Will be posting them on Wednesday when I go into town for my Quilting Group meeting.

  2. Quilters are incredibly generous