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Quilts for Charity

My friend from work is doing  a service project with our local University and they are visiting all the local shelters in October. He said they are always in need of baby quilts, quilts for kids so I volunteered to make  a few. I wanted to have 10 quilts to give away. This is what I have so far:

I have 5 that are quilted and binded and ready to go!

I'm going to get this one quilted tomorrow..can't wait, I'm going to use some techniques from Piece N' Quilt's Blog. I just love long arm quilting!

And here is another one I'm working on. For some reason as soon as I layed this one out Zuko went and got comfy on it!  He is so cute but I'm just realizing he needs a hair cut.
Stay Tuned for tomorrow when I show you them after they are quilted.

If you click on my charity quilts tab you can see each quilt in more detail.


  1. How cute! And, you're in Utah too!!!! Which school are you making these for? BTW thanks for joining Talkin' Tuesdays last night! I hope you had fun!! and, thanks for the link!!


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