Friday, May 27, 2016

Hands2Help

Confessions Of A Fabric Addict

This is my third year participating in the Hands2Help Challenge at Confessions of a Fabric Addict.  Unlike the first two years, I knew the Challenge would come during a crazy busy time for me.  (I have been moving and settling in my new house.)  So I decided to make my quilt earlier this year.  Things have been so busy that it has even been hard for me to make it to the post office.  However, I can now say that my quilt for Happy Chemo is in the mail.  :)


I decided to donate my Blue and Green Race Quilt.  It is a super fun and fast quilt pieced together using the Jelly Roll Race method and my calculations for different sized quilts.  Be sure to check out my original post about the quilt if you would like more information.  Here are some more pictures just for fun.

 




Thanks for stopping by!  What is your favorite charity to donate to?

XX,
Jasmine

P.S.  I will be linking up with the final linky party for Hands2Help. 

9 comments:

  1. That is so beautiful, Jasmine - the colors are peaceful and fresh! Thank you for participating in H2H again this year!!

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  2. You were smart to have your donation ready before you got too busy to deal with it. I mainly support local organizations. I like to know the work I'm doing helps build my community. I donate quilting services for fundraisers, mainly, but do quietly give away quilts when I see a need. :-)

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  3. A very pretty donation Jasmine!

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  4. I love to donate to Project Linus. I even had a friend have to take her daughter into the ER and receive a Project Linus quilt the other day. Now they want to work with me to make quilts to donate back as well because the quilt meant so much to them that day.

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  5. Beautiful colors for a charity quilt. Well done!

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  6. It's a lovely quilt and I like that it's gender-neutral. I especially like your quilting - makes me think of waves and surf.

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  7. I like to make quilt tops for Quilts Beyond Borders.

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  8. This quilt is sure to be loved by someone, Jasmine! I have done a quilt top for QOV and plan to do more. Most recently, I have been donating quilting to Covered In Love. Mostly though, I tend to 'donate' quilts to people I know who need a quilty hug. :)

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  9. Great quilt, wonderful that you fit it in to your busy time. Hope the new house is all that you hoped it would be. Enjoy it.

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