BASICS is still in need of quilts for this winter.
How about one from the Charity Quilts pile at your local guild?
This one was pieced by Donna K, and the binding was hand done by Lousie M.
HERE you can see quilts that have been donated. Some have been made with left over blocks, some are very controlled, and others are just a freeform of wonderful piecing.
This one was pieced by Irene A and binding hand sewn by Deb S
HERE, at Pink Chalk, you can read more about this great quilt drive
This top was also pieced by Irene A, binding hand sewn by Louise M.
Victoria at Bumble Beans has been the driving force, along with Pat Sloan.
This top was pieced by Deb S, I did the binding.
They are in need of any size, quilts for boy and girls, Moms and Dads.
This little one was pieced by Deb S and binding hand sewn by Muriel F.
It took six of us to donate 5 quilts, I feel that having a longarm machine is a real privilege, I know I couldn't have achieved what I have without the help of others, so for me, it's important to use this to help others.
These families are transitioning from being homeless and in shelters to having their own place. They are needing a "hand UP", not a hand out.
Quilters are such a generous bunch, and I know there are many places always looking for quilts. But if you could spare just one for BASICS???