Pretty Quilts from the Pelican Piecemakers

I belong to a quilt guild in New Smyrna Beach, FL, called the Pelican Piecemakers. Over the last year they’ve made some beautiful quilts for QBB to give to needy children. Some of these quilts were provided to the Volusia County Homeless Students Program, others to needy Navajo children in Arizona.

Others were sent to children in Syrian Refugee Camps, and some to needy children in Israel. With the permission of the quilters, some were sold for fundraising at the International Quilt Festival in Houston.  Some of these quilts may be going with me to Ethiopia this fall.

Here they are:

 

Susan Amara & Love in Stitches 1st Methodist Church – Pat Compton – Eleanor MacMillan

Amy Johnson 1

 

Amy Johnson 2

 

Amy Johnson 3

 

Beth Freese & Maribeth Frevert

 

Bettijean Meyer

 

Brandy Campbell

 

Brandy Campbell 2

 

Brenda Pertler

 

Unknown Quilter – Pelican Piecemakers

 

Jean Raulerson

 

Kristy Perkins & Maribeth Frevert

 

Mary Randall & Carla Triemer

 

Mary Randall & St. James the Less

 

Ruthanne Watson

Great thanks to all the Pelican Piecemakers for making these lovely quilts for us, and to St. James the Less Quilters and Maribeth Frevert for making some of the tops!

Regards,

Carla

 

 

 

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4 Responses to “Pretty Quilts from the Pelican Piecemakers”

  1. Louise Hornor Says:

    Wow! So many beautiful quilts! My favorite is Brenda’s globe quilt.

  2. quiltsbeyondborders Says:

    Indeed, Brenda did a beautiful job of that quilt, didn’t she! I’m so happy to have received these wonderful quilts from all of these talented ladies!

    Carla

  3. Susan G Says:

    You got an excellent selection, and so different!!! I’m sure the people who get these will be thrilled with them.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Thanks..I had forgotten these….enjoy

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