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Monday, July 14, 2008

Stack of Quilts for Project Linus

Here is my pile of quilts for Project Linus with one more almost ready to add--just have to sew the label on! Debi has just as many or more and we need to take a road trip to Stitchin' Heaven in Quitman and turn these in so some children can be using them!! The latest quilt in the second picture is called Robotz and there are 2 of these--it's the YBR (Yellow Brick Road ) Pattern that I like so much--it's so easy to do and takes just 6 Fat Quarters and a border. I had half yards so decided to just make 2 of them.

Saturday morning we met Debi for breakfast at IHOP and what a great time we had! She really spoils me and gave me a yummy jelly roll and 2 charms square packets of more lovely fabrics, plus some hand lotion and a pattern! We hadn't seen each other for weeks and it was so good to visit again. She is such a dear--it's not very often in life that you get to have treasured friends and I count her as a treasured friend!

Let quilting help you make someone smile!



Debi said...

Wow your pile is as high as mine! I still have five to sew bindings down also that are not in the pile. You are my treasured friend as well. I don't know what I would do without you.

Alice Grace said...

Wow! I am impressed with that stack of quilts! I really like the "Yellow Brick Road" quilt design.

Sheryl said...

Jan, over the past few years you have been a Project Linus superstar! Think of how much comfort you have given--congrats!

Bren said...

WOW that is some pile of quilts!! There will be some blessed kids very soon.
Debi is a true friend, but so are you. It is good you have each other!!!

kcamou said...

What a wonderful stack of Linus quilts! My friend just designed a pattern that I think will be super for Linus quilt. From cutting to sewing the top, it takes 2 hours for me and I'm slow. I'll be posting one soon, so keep an eye out if you are interested. Love the goodies! I think that is the same jelly roll I used in my JMC pattern. God blessed you with a loving heart and wonderful friends!

julieQ said...

Wow, pretty pile of quilts! Love it, that was impressive, and what a service you are doing.