Sunday, September 12, 2010

Autism Speaks Donation







My friend Maggie asked if anyone would be willing to donate to a charity auction for Autism Speaks. I was happy to volunteer a quilt. I made it using a jelly roll and part of a layer cake. The back was harder to decide upon than the front. The auction is next weekend so I finished it just in time. I used wavy straight line machine quilting. I washed it and now it is all crinkly and lovely.
Jump over to Quiltstory and Trendy Treehouse to see more fabric finishes for the week!

7 comments:

  1. what a great quilt!! someone is going to be very happy with that one!

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  2. That's a beautiful quilt - I love the color combinations! And I often find that it takes me longer to think up the back of a quilt than it took me to piece the front! Yours is gorgeous...

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  3. The color combinations are really special with the yellow and brown added to the green and purple. Your devotion to the back will make this a very special prize. Hope the cause raises lots of money.

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  4. Gorgeous sugar..may it bring in some prettier $$$

    blessings from quilt story madame samm

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  5. Love the colour combination and the organic quilting. Hugs from France.

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  6. Looks so great, what a kind thing to do. Heather and I have a nephew with Autism, so we especially love your generosity.

    Thanks for stopping by Fabric Tuesdays. See you next week! :)

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  7. It's even prettier in person. :) Tell us how much it goes for when you hear!

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