Wow, what a lovely pile of colours and patterns. I bet they were glad to receive this lot.I don't know if I could part with the chinese coins, I think it's gorgeous, but I'm sure they'll be appreciated in their new home.
What a wonderful pile of quilts. I'll bet the folks at Ronald McDonald House were doing the dance when you came in the door.
Mary, those eight recipients of your quilts will be thrilled, I'm sure, when they see how much love and carewas stitched into each one. Your patriotic string star is just fabulous! What a wonderful layout and use of colors!
I applaud you, Mary! What a beautiful stack of quilts!
What a wonderful looking stack of quilts. I bet they were just thrilled to get them. So many wonderful bright, cheery colors. The heartstrings group - and you as the fearless leader - have done well.I got my postage stamp quilted today. Hope to make the binding and machine stitch it on tomorrow. By the end of our sewing day next Saturday I'll have my first Hotel Hope quilt done for donation.
What a great thing to do! They look happy and comfy stacked there. they must have been THRILLED to receive them!
Beautiful pile of quilts, Mary!You have a heart of gold!
I wish I could have seen the look on the receiving end. Lovely, just lovely
I know we've probably seen them all individually on your blog, but don't they look GEORGEOUS in a pile!! Way to go :)
Well done - and so beautiful! They will be happy to have them..:)
Oh, Mary, what a beautiful contribution. You must have such a feeling of accomplishment. I just know those quilts will be so loved and appreciated!
A truly gorgeous stack of quilts. I'm sure the recipients will love them as much as we do, maybe even more.
Shining like little jewels, Mary. Good job!
What a gorgeous pile of quilts, so cheerful! That is so sweet of you to donate them to a good cause. Thanks for sharing. Happy quilting!
Wow, look at you go! that's wonderful! I'm certain you brightened many a day.
they all look great stacked together! I am sure they were pleased to get them Mary.
Wow! Lucky recievers! I hope they will tresure them and "wear them out"You have a big heart!
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