Being one of the chairs of the A2MQG, I get to photograph and deliver the quilts to
Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor.
I have decided that I should photograph them and credit their makers.
So grab a cuppa (or in my case a Diet Coke) and settle in for a little quilt show!
First up, are these adorable Elizabeth Hartman animal quilts.
I love this little fox made by Jackie MacGregor.
She said it went together quickly and would recommend making these for donation quilts.
Jackie also made this amazing Hazel the Hedgehog quilt.
Some little is going to be thrilled with these!
The next two were made by Kim Ulrich and Susan Ulrich from kits that I cut from my stash.
Never underestimate how great a simple patchwork quilt can look!
Notice the cat model?
Next up is a super sweet quilt made by one of the other Pam's in the guild, Pam Eckler.
You will not meet a sweeter person than this Pam.
(Maybe it's the name?)
This next beauty was made by Debbie Grifka. She is making one charity quilt a month.
So happy we got this month's work!
I was able to finish quilting my charity quilt too.
So will link up to Crazymom Quilts Finish it up Friday.
I am also linking up to 100 Quilts For Kids.
I did some straight line quilting on this one. I also put the binding on by machine.
It goes so fast to do it this way!
I have yards and yards of this flannel, so you may be seeing it again in the future.
A BIG thank you to my assistant photographer, Mosen,
who just chased his sister under that tree, which you can see her if you look hard enough.
Lots of things to do this weekend and all of them involve me sewing.
What a happy prospect to look forward to!
Have a happy weekend!
some beauties here and the quilting on them all is pretty amazing
Thanks for sharing! Pet the kitties :)
Great ideas for comfort quilts!
Aww I love the fox and the hedgie - how cute!
Loving that Fox :))
Great charity quilts! All of you ladies are so very talented!
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