Category Archives: Charity

Blocks for Thomas Fire Relief Quilts

The Ventura Modern Quilt Guild has organized the collection of quilt blocks (Perkiomen Valley block, 12.5 in square) for relief quilts of those affected by the Thomas Fire (link: http://www.venturamodernquiltguild.com/2017/12/11/thomas-fire-blocks/).  Here are seven I made over the extended Christmas weekend … Continue reading

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Illilouette Slouch Hat

I knit this hat using two leftover yarns.  The yarn is Lion Brand Wool-Ease Sportweight.  The pattern is Illilouette Hat by Jenna Swanson.  I plan to donate to the Knitting for Noggins program at our local children’s hospital. 

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Knitting for Noggins Hats

During the past year I knit several hats that were deliberately made for Knitting for Noggins or just weren’t gifted to friends/family.  These are some I have not featured in prior posts like the Illilouette Hat.   I sent them a … Continue reading

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Five Fabric Postcards

I made these fabric postcards a few weeks ago.  They were made specifically to be donated to the Pet Postcard Project.  Each postcard is 5 in X 7 in.  For this first one, I fussy cut the dogs which were … Continue reading

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Two Dog Beds

I made two dog beds, approx 20 in X 36 in (only one shown but both alike).  I made them using recycled cushions from outdoor furniture (the covers where in taters), pillowcases, and fleece fabric. I gave the beds to … Continue reading

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Scrappy Coin Quilt

This scrappy coin quilt is machine pieced and quilted.  It measures approx 37 in X 52.5 in.  I donated it to the the Alzheimer Quilt Project. These next two photos show some of the fabrics used. The back is pieced … Continue reading

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Four Knitted Hats

These hats are all made from leftover yarn from previous projects.  Most likely they will be given that our local children‘s hospital;s  Knitting for Noggins program.  The gray one on the top to the left was knitted using the pattern … Continue reading

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