2017 charity quilts 21-30

All done.  Numbers 21-30.  

 21.  Donated top by guild in Jacksonville, FL. (I just added border to make it a European single).

21.  Donated top by guild in Jacksonville, FL. (I just added border to make it a European single).

 22 Clown panel.  My sis found this in my "stuff" last summer. I love panels for quick but effective quilts.

22 Clown panel.  My sis found this in my "stuff" last summer. I love panels for quick but effective quilts.

 23. I found this patchwork in my fabric - the center piece. I added borders, and figured it would be great for a guy/man.  (Now watch a lady choose it!)  I'm always looking out for good guy ideas.

23. I found this patchwork in my fabric - the center piece. I added borders, and figured it would be great for a guy/man.  (Now watch a lady choose it!)  I'm always looking out for good guy ideas.

 24. I found this panel in my fabric and made it into a quilt. It's really adorable.

24. I found this panel in my fabric and made it into a quilt. It's really adorable.

 25.  Simply quilted a piece of fabric because the print was too large to cut up. It's not quite as large as my normal single because I figured a mom will choose it for her 3 year old - and they aren't very big.

25.  Simply quilted a piece of fabric because the print was too large to cut up. It's not quite as large as my normal single because I figured a mom will choose it for her 3 year old - and they aren't very big.

 26. Top made by a lady in Arizona, USA.

26. Top made by a lady in Arizona, USA.

 27.  Top made by a guild in Jacksonville, FL.  

27.  Top made by a guild in Jacksonville, FL.  

 28. Top donated by a guild in Jacksonville, FL

28. Top donated by a guild in Jacksonville, FL

 29 Top donated by a guild in Jacksonville, FL

29 Top donated by a guild in Jacksonville, FL

 30 6" floral squares for a pastel quilt.

30 6" floral squares for a pastel quilt.

The pile of quilts - These are my "March" quilts - and I'm glad I finished them when it was basically "halfway" through April and not on April 30.  Now I'm working on April's quilts.  I figure if I can finish 1 per day that I can finish by the end of the month.

My yearly goal is to finish 10 per month, average. I got behind earlier this year when I focused on scraps and not quilting or piecing.

Once again...I like to use striped fabrics for the bindings. I think they add a bit of pizzazz to the quilt!

 

And that's all, folks.  I hope to show you another 10 charity quilts before the first of May! We'll see.

Make sure you check out the goodies that my sis has for you. She has been trying to add fabrics daily to the site!

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