Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Charity Projects

We've been having so much fun this summer and not updating the blog much!
So we're going to have recaps all week long of some of the fun things we did. 
Making quilts for charity is something that is really important to our guild. We love to pass along the quilt love. 

This summer we have donated three quilts: one to the Ronald McDonald House that was raffled off at their auction at the Ghost tree invitational, and two to Camp Erin campers. 

This summer we've been working on our charity challenge quilt for QuiltCon 2016 in Pasadena!
Here's all the information about the challenge:

Kristin offered to take the lead on this group project of improv with intent. A bunch of guild members made feathers with her tutorial:

The blocks have all been collected and now we'll start on the fun process of putting the top and back together before sending it to our amazing member Corni who will quilt this one for us. 

In July we sent away two quilts to Camp Erin, a camp for grieving children. Unfortunately I only grabbed photos of our blue stars quilt. I hope these quilts brought joy, comfort, and love to the campers who got to use them and take them home from camp this summer. 

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