Are you ready for some fun? Today is our first guest blogger post in this year's Hands2Help Challenge! Pam is a self-described mother, grandmother and quilting enthusiast, and calls Canada home. I hope you'll welcome her and enjoy her post - she shares an interesting technique and a very cool quilting design!
I make a charity quilt every year so this series of blog posts is very near and dear to my heart. This year I am donating to Canada's Big Quilt Bee coordinated by the Canadian Quilters' Association. The goal is to make 1000 quilts for Ronald McDonald House's across Canada. Ronald McDonald House Vancouver has been providing accommodation for over 30 years to seriously ill children and their families when they must travel to Vancouver for their child's major treatment. They served 2000 families last year.
We are making slab blocks with a piece of Canadian Fabric. I thought I would start with my green scraps as it reminds me of spring.
Thanks, Pam, for a great post! I can believe that there is a learning curve to winging it, but you did a great job! Someone is going to love that quilt forever. Thanks for sharing your quilt and your heart for ill children and their families!
Come back next week for another great guest blogger and our first check-in linkup - time for you to share your progress (or lack of it!) It's all good, so be prepared to share and cheer each other on!