Saturday, February 10, 2018

A Doll Like Me Quilt

I just recently found out about this worthy endeavor.  Amy in WI makes dolls for children with physical limitations or ongoing health issues.  With her dolls, she likes to give a quilt and the word is out in the quilt community to help get these little quilts made and sent to her.  Here’re mine.
This quilt is a simple top made from 2” squares.  The back has cowboys roping steers and could nearly be a two sided piece.  It is 24” square.

This quilt is from Ricky Tim’s Convergence pattern and was made several years ago but never finished.  I decided this would be a good time to finish it.  It is approx 24” square.
This quilt used superhero fabric scraps and was a lot of fun to make.  It measures 24” square.  
A Doll Like Me - See Facebook for more information about this effort.


Anonymous said...

Very nice to give back. I love making charity quilts.

Bernie Kringel said...

I remember these quilts. It is so nice to "meet" the person who made them.
Thanks so much Barbara1!