September FQC quilts and Winner

September is the final month for the 2014 Fat Quarter Challenge.  The three pictured here are the final quilts for the drawing.  Any one of all the people who made and sent completed quilts from the Fat Quarter Challenge could be a winner.

The real winners are the children who will receive a lovely quilt to keep forever.  Thank you to all the quilters who have helped with this project.  You are wonderful people.

Susan S. FQC Sept. 2015

Susan S. had stars in her eyes when she made this bright quilt.FQC by Donna KilloranDonna Killoran made this quilt with lots of steps.



Sue Chae

Sue Chae contributed a nice blue and brown quilt.













Now for the winner of the $100……….Charlotte Kieleszek!!  Congratulations and thank you for being part of this project.

We also want to thank Daniar from the Fat Quarter Shop for her generosity throughout the year.  She has provided prizes to each of the monthly winners.  Be sure to check out her shop on line at

Everyone be sure to pick up another Fat Quarter at the Quilts Beyond Borders booth in Houston in October.  We’d love to meet all of you.  Thank you for caring about needy children all over the world.

We are continuing to supply quilts for 3 initiatives this fall.  We still need about 250 quilts to fulfill these projects.  If you have quilts that are ready to send, we are ready to receive.  Be sure your quilts are machine quilted and machine bound.  Send us an email so we can give you an address to send the quilts.  Several folks around the country are collecting the quilts and preparing to send them out.

Ann Drake, Regional Coordinator in California


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