More lovely quilting by Anya in Montana

Anya in Montana is a talented and prolific quilter with a generous heart! About a week ago I featured two lovely quilts from Anya that she had made to help us meet our commitment to the Russian orphanage. Just a few days later, Anya sent me another 5 quilts that she quilted using tops that QBB had sent her. (Unfortunately I don’t have the names of any of the piecers, but if you recognize any, please let me know and I’ll be happy to give credit where credit is due.)

Anya used a variety of pantos to quilt these quilts, and they all turned out to be just as pretty as they can be! The pantos, in order of quilt appearance from left to right, top to bottom, are:

  • Raindrops
  • ABC by Dave Hudson
  • Van Gogh by Anne Bright
  • Hourglass
  • Stars by Lisa Calle

I had seen all these tops before they went to Anya, and when they came back I was thrilled with how the quilting brought each of them to life!  She did a great job with these!  Anya, thank you so much!  I know the children who receive them will cherish them!

Note to our readers:  At the beginning of this post I mentioned our commitment to an orphanage in Russia.  In case you weren’t aware, at the end of August we will be sending 36 quilts to Russia, 24 to young ladies who are aging out of the orphanage and 12 baby quilts. We still need 2 quilts for the young ladies, at least 42″x60″ with appropriate colors and patterns for a young lady, if you happen to be looking for a project! Just send us a note to quiltsbeyondborders@gmail.com and we’ll sign you up!

Regards,

Carla

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