These are mostly tops that were turned in at the Houston Quilt Festival, made at the show, or sent in shortly thereafter. These tops have been quilted, labeled, and washed. If you see a top that you made and it has borders added, don’t freak. The borders were added to bring the top up to the size that we need (42″ wide by between 48″ to 60″ long). Click on a picture to enlarge it.
We all know these quilts aren’t intended to be masterpieces, but I got to say that I think they are all beautiful! And, they would bring comfort to any child, and especially an orphan child who has nothing to call his/her own. All you ladies and girls (a couple of tops were made by preteen girls) did a fantastic job! I am so proud of you, and you should be proud of yourselves.
Over the next couple of weeks, I’m going to try to get pictures taken of some of the finished quilts that were turned in at the show. Again, if you see one you made and it has borders added, that was simply done to bring the size up to what works best for the children.
Thank you for all your hard work. We can continue with this mission only with the help we get from all of you.