Edited....the quilt found a home!!!! Thank you everyone.
This post is for the Cynthia Brunz's Orphan Adoption Even
This baby quilt top was done using different technique and is my own design. It was very fun but just not my style anymore. It would make a great donation quilt. If you wish to have this quilt, I only ask you to pay for shipping with Paypal. I will ship anywhere in the world.
That is so cute, and would make a darling Project Linus quilt. If you choose me, I'll freehand quilt it on my longarm, bind it, and deliver it to Project Linus. I will happily pay the shipping.ReplyDelete
I have several baby quilts that I need in the next few months. This would be great. Please consider me.ReplyDelete
Thanks for participating in the Orphan Adoption Event. Your quilt top is cute and looks like it will find a new home!ReplyDelete
This is precious! Someone will be very lucky to finish it up and put it to good use!ReplyDelete
I love your quilt top! I am in a guild that regularly makes community service quilts and gifts them to victims of house fires in our county- Ashe County, North Carolina. I would be happy to finish your quilt! I have backing, binding and batting and would quilt it on my domestic machine and it would soon be on its way to a child in my area.ReplyDelete
I know the perfect home for this adorable quilt! Please throw me in for the drawing. Thank you!ReplyDelete
Have a Niece due at Thanksgiving! Would LOVE to finish this & send to her. Thank you soooo much for chance to win your Beautiful Give-a-way! :DReplyDelete
What a fabulous idea! I'm sure this beauty will find a good home and make many people smile every time they see it.ReplyDelete
Love this idea and the quilt is very pretty ♥ReplyDelete
How precious! I would donate the quilt to the Prestonwood Crisis Pregnancy Center in Richardson, Texas. They are attempting to give each newborn a quilt. I've donated four so far this year - none are applique because that's not my gift. They'd be thrilled to receive this beauty.ReplyDelete