NICU Quilt

Shortly after I joined Bay Area Modern I took home a charity quilt top to quilt and finish. I don't know who pieced it. (If you know, please let me know and I'll update the post.) Once I brought it home it was initially set aside and for the past couple months I've been moving it around in my work space. I decided this week it was time to get it done. And it's like cleaning, because I can bring it to the guild meeting to drop it off on Saturday. ;-)

I opted for a large scale meander in a light colored 50wt Aurifil thread.

I used one of my green bindings that I had recently prepped. (I actually made another green binding, for four in a row total.) It was bound using my machine binding technique.

The quilt is about 32" x 32", a quick size to quilt and bind. And it's for such a good cause as it will be donated to a local NICU.

I've linked up to 2018 Q2 Finish Along linkup. See my whole Q2 list.

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10 thoughts on “NICU Quilt

  1. How wonderful to get it done in time to quickly drop off at your guild meeting. It looks great! Between driving up to Portland on Friday and your guild meeting on Saturday, it sounds like you have a busy few days lined up.

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  2. lisa

    It is a really nice pattern . I bet it feels good to have it completed. I have one sitting at my place that needs to be quilted as well.

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    1. sarah

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      Thank you, Lisa. I have a larger one that's been in my possession for... a while longer. I really need to get on that! Good luck with yours!

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    1. sarah

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      Dropped it off yesterday... for the win! And thank you! Portland was a whirlwind and a lot of fun!

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