Thursday, July 10, 2014

Rail Fence in Progress


I am happy to report that I was able to spend some time sewing this week (besides adding patches to Cheetah's Boy Scout uniform).  I have all the blocks sewn and up on my design wall for the rail fence quilt.  It is bright and cheery, so I am thinking of calling it "Scatter Sunshine."  It is the name of a song we sometimes sing at church, but I think it appropriate.  I keep singing it in my mind while working. 

This quilt is part of Amanda Jean's Scrap Basket Quilt Along and will be donated to Margaret's Hope Chest for someone suffering from postpartum depression.  I am hoping to have it finished and in the mail by August 1st. 

XX,
Jasmine

P.S.  I am linking up with Lorna for Let's Bee Social.

14 comments:

  1. I love these colors and you've chosen a geart name for it, considering both the colors and where you are donating it.

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  2. This is really lovely and the perfect colour combination for a bright and sunny summer.

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  3. Love the quilt, love the name! This will be so pretty when you get it done.

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  4. A little smattering of sunshine is a wonderful gift. And this lovely rail fence will be sure to brighten someone's day!

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  5. Perfect name and great donation gift!

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  6. It's so fun to see a simple pattern look so great! A perfect quilt for a great cause! Will you border it or leave as is?

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  7. Perfect name for this bright and cheery quilt. How big is it going to finish out?

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  8. very pretty and the name is a perfect fit

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  9. It's come together perfectly, Jasmine and will undoubtedly brighten up someone's day when they receive it :)

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  10. Lets Bee Social !!! I hope it brings LOTS of sunshine to the recipient and thank you for being so giving..

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  11. Beautiful top and the name says it all! I'm sure this quilt will definitely bring some lucky recipient some comfort and sunshine!

    You are so clever when it comes to naming quilts!

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