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Friday, December 4, 2009

Charity Quilt Fabric from Blue Meadow Designs

Cori and Myra of Blue Meadow Designs are very talented quilt and fabric designers from Canada who are also very generous with their talents and materials. About 6 weeks ago, they had a giveaway for some of their own fabric to be used to make a quilt for a charity of the winner's choice. So I entered the giveaway, offering the Montachusett Interfaith Hospitality Network as my charity.

I bet you can guess what happened next...I was one of two people chosen to receive fabric from Cori and Myra! On the same day that George the mailman delivered my Sunflower Quilt win and my Hawthorne Threads win, he also delivered this wonderful collection of RJR fabrics from Blue Meadow Designs...

Charity Quilt Fabric from Blue Meadow DesignsThese gorgeous fabrics are all from Blue Meadow Designs Completely Kids fabric line.

Charity Quilt Fabric from Blue Meadow DesignsThere are several yards each of most of the designs...

Charity Quilt Fabric from Blue Meadow Designs...and a few smaller cuts of some.

This is enough fabric to make a generously sized quilt, plus a few pillowcases to go along with it. The staff and residents at this wonderful local shelter will be so excited to receive this very generous gift from two very generous ladies north of the border. Thanks so much, Cori and Myra, for sharing your fabrics!

Now I just need to decide on a design for this quilt. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! What would you do with this much beautiful fabric, given to you freely with the understanding that you would use it to help others? I'd love to know!

Happy Stitching!

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  • What a great win for more than just you! Great idea Myra and Cori had! 8-)
    Some easy suggestions would be the Bento Box pattern, a hodge podge Rail-Fence, D9-P, Yellow Brick Road, Turning 20.... But I would try the Bento Box for sure... But then it is soooo hard to decide... Put a bunch of quilt pattern names in a hat and draw a winner to be made... 8-)

    By Blogger Myra, At December 4, 2009 at 12:32 PM  

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