Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Charity quilts.


These are thirty charity quilts made by the Mornington Penninsula Patchworkers (Mum's local group) for a hospital dialysis unit, and elderly persons home and a special needs school.

She wanted photos of them before they were distributed.  My Dad made a great quilt hanging line for us in the back yard.



They have about 200 members but these quilts were made by a group of ten ladies.

9 comments:

  1. Love the quilts Julie! Great work for wonderful causes and I'm sure the recipients will love them a lot!

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  2. Wow. What an amazing gift!
    Well done to all concerned.

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  3. Hi! I found you via Lurline's blog. She's bragging about a great quilt she's made using some of your fabrics. Congratulations to all the ladies who did so much work. I look forward to exploring your blog and your on-line store.
    Cheers!

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  4. Even in todays economic state it is great that quilters join together for a cause ...congrats to all involved

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  5. What a fab effort - I love it when quilters share the love! I plan on having a weekend for charity quilt making next year at Sewjourn starting with all the scraps that people leave behind.

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  6. What beautiful quilts and how wonderful to have so many made for charities. :0)

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  7. Awesome charity quilts! That black, white, red, and yellow one looks very interesting... 8-)

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  8. What beautiful quilts and how wonderful to have so many made for charities...that is so generous of the group!

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  9. what wonderful quilts to donate! I love the quilt hanging line. I need one of those in my backyard!

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