Wednesday, June 13, 2012


While reading one of my favorite blogs yesterday I found myself inspired (and not in the usual way).   Amanda Jean @ Crazy Mom Quilts has teamed up with Carin @ Margaret's Hope Chest to help donate quilts to children.  How wonderful is that?!?! 

Amanda Jean designed a super simple quilt block that anyone could make (seriously, if you can sew short straight lines, you CAN make this matter your sewing skill level).  I knew right away that I wanted to help and was instantly rummaging through my stash to find fabric. I quickly had 18 blocks cut out.

I am hoping to get all of these sewn up and sent off by the end of the week. 

If you would like to help put a smile on a child's face, you may find out how you can here.  I would be happy to provide the fabric if you live close by :)



charlotte said...

Beth, how cute! I hope to do this too and I am excited that you said it went so quickly.

Catskill Quilter said...

Thanks for mentioning this project! It definitely is a block that is easy, but really shows off the fabrics and colors!

Kelly Smith said...

I've seen this and thought about it but I am still not convinced. How close are you to St. Louis btw? Maybe if I get those pillowcases done that I am committed to!

diplofam said...

Your blocks are awesome! I can't wait to play with all the blocks and create beautiful quilts for kids who need HOPE!
Thanks for sharing on your blog!
Carin from Margaret's Hope Chest

Anonymous said...

Love the blocks.....fabrics are awesome!