Tuesday, August 16, 2016

A Quilt for Orlando


My guild, Philly Modern, committed to providing two quilts to be sent to survivors of the Pulse attack in Orlando or to families who lost someone in that attack. The response was huge. We went with rainbow hearts; I made two. After Tricia did the magnificent quilting, she brought it to me and I was able, despite my back issues, to make the binding and machine it on. Then, in front of the Olympics this week, I hand-stitched that binding down.


8 comments:

OT Quilter said...

It's a beauty!

Janet O. said...

Good of your guild to do this. I impressed that you pulled off the binding job even with your back issues.

LizA. said...

What a beautiful gesture. I'm sure it will be well loved and appreciated.

Barbara Anne said...

Wonderful quilt and love the rainbow hearts! Someone or a family will cherish this labor of love for all time.

Hugs!

Tanya said...

Such a beautiful quilt. And it conveys so much love.

Karla said...

I can feel the love that each and every one of you put into this beauty. I will pray that the recipient feels the love and prayers that are quilted right into the hearts.

Synthia said...

Stunning! Love, Love, Love..................

Sue SS said...

Beautiful!