I've been the host for the Peace circle of do. Good Stitches for a year and a half, and I'm so proud of the quilts we've made.
If you're not familiar, do. Good Stitches is a group of online quilting bees (put together by Rachel of Stitched in Color). Each circle has a host, four quilters (the host serves as a quilter too), and five stitchers. Each month, one of the quilters chooses a design and posts instructions for her quilt. The stitchers, quilters, and host make blocks from their stashes and return them to the quilter. The quilter finishes the quilt. For more information on do. Good Stitches (including information on how to join), visit the Flickr group.
Our circle sends quilts to My Very Own Blanket, an Ohio-based organization that provides quilts to children in foster care. We have made some gorgeous quilts for this organization, and I thought a gallery was in order!
Without further ado...behold, the Power of Peace! (Sorry...I'm watching too much Power Rangers.)
Word Quilt (quilted by Paula)
Scrap Jars (quilted by Lisa Ann)
Yellow and aqua stars (quilted by Naomi)
Scrappy triangles (quilted by me)
Gray and Red Stars (quilted by Lisa Ann)
Starflower (quilted by Michelle)
Sugar Pop and Change (quilted by Lisa Ann)
Rectangle Squared (quilted by Naomi)
Hourglass Quilt (quilted by Paula)
Modern Sliced Scrappy quilt (quilted by me)
Special thanks to the ladies who made these possible: Paula, Michelle, Naomi, Lisa Ann, Meg, Melissa, Allie, Laura, Dawn, and Kimberly!
I hope we have many, many more quilts to come!
(all photos used with permission)
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