Welcome to the second stop on the 100 Quilts 4 Kids Bloghop!
The DC Modern Quilt guild runs a charity quilt drive each year called 100 Quilts 4 Kids. It was started by Katie Blakesley of SwimBikeQuilt, the guild's former president. This year the quilts will be donated to the Carpenter's Shelter in Alexandria, VA. For people who donate quilts there are some great prizes available! The DCMQG is also working on several group quilts. I will be doing the quilting on one of them at the September meeting.
I'm using this is a way to push myself to finish up WIPs and using orphan blocks.
Quilt 1: Ratoon Hiding (see the original post to learn about the title)
I had a lot of fun practicing a new freemotion pattern on this quilt. It's small ~30"x40"
Quilt 2: Riley Blake Quilt Challenge Faux Cathedral Windows
This one hasn't been quilted yet, but it's also a small quilt.
Quilt 3: Set in Hexagons measures ~50"x48"
This one will have a minky backing to make it extra soft. Then it will be bound in red to echo the internal border. The white border will have some fun freemotion in red thread.