July Charity Sewing

I’m a bit behind in posting these blocks, but then I was a bit behind in making them because we went on vacation for the last week of July and first two weeks of August.

Trust Circle - Do Good Stiches - July 2015 Block (2)The first two blocks are log cabin blocks in bright cheerful colors. These were requested by Jessica (@plumpatchwork on Instagram).  I think this is going to be a gorgeous and happy quilt when it is all put together.

Trust Circle - Do Good Stitches July 2015 - Block for AlexThis happy little paper pieced block was a challenge for me (I’m not used to so many TINY pieces). It was a free pattern on Craftsy offered by Kristy from Quiet Play. She is such a talented designer! You should really check out her blog!  This block is for a secret project, hopefully I can share more about it later.

Have you been doing any charity sewing lately? I have a few more blocks to make for my guild and the August blocks for Do Good Stitches. Sewing for others really does make me happy.

Have a happy hump day!


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2 Responses to July Charity Sewing

  1. Susan says:

    I have been! My ALYOF is for American Hero Quilts. I love the blocks – that dot circle fabric makes them feel like they are moving. The bird is wonderful. I don’t think I would have finished that challenge, so kudos to you for persevering. I look forward to seeing what else goes with it.

  2. Michele says:

    Love the colors!!!

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