Sunday, October 24, 2021

Sew Some Love Sunday - LWR - Quilt Top #21

Welcome to another edition of Sew Some Love Sunday!!  It's been a while since the last update for the Lutheran World Relief Quilt Drive.  I got a special surprise at my Weekly Quilt Group on Thursday.

Let me tell you about it...

Linda took a block kit, but hadn't been able to sew up her blocks until this summer.  As is the case sometimes, the blocks sat for a month or so before she had a chance to assemble the quilt top.

Last week, Linda had the good fortune to sew with Maggie up at the lake.  This quilt top (and several more projects) resulted:

She did a great job with her scrappy kit of random colors assembled from the squares contributed by Nann @ With Strings Attached: using the Carpenter's Square Layer Cake pattern available HERE from Pineapple Fabrics:

Special thanks to Candy for the sashing fabric to help Linda finish off the quilt top!  This one will either wait to be fit into Britt's rotation or wait for my longarm to be fixed.  I'm not quite sure when that's going to happen, though.  Rest assured, I will let you know when the quilt has been completed.

If you are new here, you can check out the other LWR quilts by following THIS LINK.  The Quilt Drive has been ongoing for the past 14 months and many friends have helped out along the way.  It's been SEW amazing to be a part of this special project.

Sharing with Cynthia

Until next time...
Quilt to give!!!


  1. So sorry the longarm is not working. I guess I missed that. Is it because of the move or did something go awry while quilting? I still don't know how you keep up such a busy schedule. I'm exhausted just reading about it. No Tablescraps from me again this month.

  2. Very nice quilt for a good cause. Hope your long arm is fixed soon, I know how frustrating it is to have a machine in the shop.

  3. It is a beautiful quilt and for a great cause.

  4. What a beautiful quilt this is going to be!!!

  5. What a pretty quilt! I'm sorry to hear your longarm needs fixing. Was it a casualty of the move?

  6. Looking Good!!!
    Hope your longarm fixes itself!!


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