Our third Sunday Project Linus group still meets at JoAnns in Independence, MO every month. For various reasons, we're down to just 3 that work the whole 3 hours. About 3 others frequently drop off donations while we're working. A couple of those sometimes stay long enough to tie a quilt, but don't stay the whole afternoon.
This month, Jodie was working on an H-block quilt and strayed off course while cross-cutting her strip sets. So she created this variation that's part H-block and part something else. Bright as Jodie's quilts typically are, the blue print is sharks.
I added the borders to this pinwheel top and LoriAnn took it's mate home to stitch its' borders on.
Jodie made this quilt top with the yellow borders and prepared it for quilting about 4 months ago. I brought it home to quilt and finally quilted it about a month ago. Jodie pieced blocks for the multicolored strips, but you can stitch squares of fabric together for a quicker version. The squares and strips are cut 8" wide.
This is a 3 dimensional bow-tie quilt that Anita started last February at National Make a Blanket Day. She brought it in all finished a couple of months ago. The dark background fabric really makes the bright bow-ties stand out.
One of my challenges is to find free places to advertise Project Linus and get some new volunteers coming to our 3rd Sunday group.