Several weeks ago my niece had foot surgery. While she was in the hospital someone brought her a lap quilt. She was so touched by that. This same niece just last year made her own lap sized quilt from a charm pack. That was her very first quilting experience and she did a great job! So when she was given this quilt in the hospital she had a good idea of just how much work goes into a quilt.
Later that day I stopped by to visit her and she showed me the quilt. I was not surprised at all to find a small tag on the back that said it was given to her from Project Linus.
I have heard of Project Linus and had always meant to send them a quilt or two, but never got around to it. After seeing how happy my niece was to get such a thoughtful gift during a stressful time, I decided that now was the time to send in a quilt.
I mentioned in my last post how I had used the bits and pieces from my Right Turn Only quilt. Here is the finished quilt:
And here is the first photo taken. My little helper knows that when I set my tripod up that this is his chance to get into a couple of photos. He just can’t resist it.
I called this quilt Hometown Healing. The fabric line used here is Hometown by Sweetwater for Moda. I still just really love this fabric.
The backing is a yellow print that reads more like a solid. It is lovely, soft and I have no idea what it is. Sorry! The binding is one of the only prints from the Hometown line that I could find in our LQS. It is disappearing quickly. If you want some, go and get it now! I know you can still find the jelly roll and charm pack here, as well as many (if not all) of the prints.
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