I'm sorry about the tiny photo, but I was in such a hurry to get my quilts ready to send, that I failed to get good pictures of them before bundling them off for their new owners.
But that is old news. Today, I want to show the other quilts that I made and donated to this great cause.
This first one was going to be for my niece's first baby, but she changed her color preferences for the nursery and I made a pink monkey quilt for her instead. I had made way too many blocks for a baby quilt anyway, so this was probably meant to be.
When Moda came out with this Funky Monkey fabric, I was just crazy to have it. Didn't know what to do with it, but I had to have it. The pattern is Crazy Eights. I hope this fun fabric puts a smile on someone's face.
Next up is a birdhouse quilt that I made using stash and a Moda Bakeshop pattern, modified slightly, 'cause that's how I do things.
Omigoodness, another Funky Monkey quilt! And there is lots more crazy fabric where that came from!
I had a matching set of charm squares and mini charm squares, so I whipped up this lap quilt. Bright, fun and fast. Another smile maker, no?
A friend made this quilt top from a jelly roll quilt she made and didn't like it. I LOVED it! She gave it to me with the understanding that I would finish it and donate it to a good cause. No problem! Here it is all finished and bound, ready for a new home.
Still with me? Good! I made another quilt, but I can't remember what it was and apparently forgot to take a picture of it. No matter! It, too, is going to a new owner.
I wish you could see the quilting in these quilts. There are so many wonderful patterns for quilting, and I have bought most of them! I love being able to do my own quilting. I feel that the quilts are totally my creation when I do the quilting myself. I will try to remember to take beauty shots of my quilts from now on.
Below is the quilt that is in the contest. You can vote for it here. Please? I would love to win some of those great prizes, so I can make more quilts for next year's Challenge. Either way, I'm a winner. Even twelfth place means I beat out 901 other quilts!
If you would like to donate a quilt to the Hopes and Dreams Challenge for 2015-2016, click here for more information. It's the least we can do to help and to spread awareness for a terrible and deadly disease.
The broken record continues.... Please VOTE.
I'm linking up to Crazy Mom Quilts for Finish It Up Friday