The Maine sew in is done and we’re already thinking ahead to next year! We decided on two projects and you have options!
You can always make our red or blue centered blocks and send them to Sue or Stephanie but we’ll plan on working on the rainbow blocks and RWB blocks this year and you can sew along with us making and donating quilts locally or you can send blocks to Maine, to Sue, or to Stephanie!!
We’ll also work on quilts for veterans … using a blue center strip and then a variety of red, white (or beige or tan), and blue strings. Again, using the same guidelines as we do for our HeartStrings blocks.
So how many blocks can we make in a year?! Make a stack and then let me know when you need a mailing address. If they’re coming to Maine, Brenda has agreed to collect and bring them in September but Sue and Stephanie are looking forward to receiving blocks too.
Today was the 4th day of the Maine sew-in and the last one for me until next year but Brenda will take and share photos with us tomorrow.
Today’s photos feature more HeartStrings quilts, the St Louis 16 patch, and there are a couple Sharon Quilts in progress too. Barbara got her top assembled and “little” Mary has blocks in progress. Susan even pieced a Quick Strippie. Click on any of the photos below to see a slide show.
More fun, more accomplished! I can’t believe I didn’t get a photo of the quilt stacks today but I was busy … tying quilts and chatting! I look forward all year to coming and sewing with Bev and the other quilts who come to Maine to work on HeartStrings and other donation quilts.
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Our stack of quilts is growing, some were finished before the sew-in and brought to donate and others are being pieced, tied, and bound here. You can see, we’re all hard at work! Plenty of HeartStrings blocks but we like making other patterns too.
Click on any of the photos below to see the slide show!