Participating in Comfort quilts has been part of my quilting experience since I really began the big push to learn how to quilt in Tennessee.
The following two quilts were started down there – and have been in my “to be completed” stack ever since. Seems that they were begun as we were beginning a move to New Hampshire.
This quilt top will be donated to my Four Pines Quilt Guild. This guild makes quilts for our local nursing home and the Women’s Shelter. They especially need some kid size quilts and this one fits the bill.
This second quilt top will be donated to my Cornish Quilt Guild. We do quilts for folks who need some comfort – either due to illness, death in family, or fires.
We also do a special block which we work on throughout the year and then turn into quilts as needed.
The star block is the block we make – the quilts all turn out beautifully. Sherry tends to do most of the assembly of the quilts – although there have been several of us in the last few years who have gathered together enough blocks to put a quilt top together.