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QAYG Blocks Are Now a Quilt

If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you might remember these Quilt-As-You-Go blocks and the roll of binding that I sent off to Jan Mac of Oz Comfort Quilts to be made into a quilt for those who were affected by the horrible flooding that occurred in Australia earlier this year.

35 QAYG blocks and roll of binding

If you click over here, you can see the quilt she just finished making with them.

I do feel a little bad because she mentions that she had to add a block from other donated blocks to make up the 35 blocks needed to complete one quilt.  I was sure that I had made and mailed 35 blocks but I must have miscounted.

All the same, Jan did a good job of finding a block that would fit in with my other colourful blocks.   And a big thanks to Jan for all the work she does in finishing these quilts from donated QAYG blocks and giving those of us who live half a world away a means to contribute.

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  • Robin (RsIslandCrafts)
    September 23, 2011 12:51 pm

    Your blocks turned into a wonderful quilt!

  • Maria
    September 23, 2011 12:18 pm

    Your blocks look great together.

    Jan does a fantastic job of not only putting many quilts together but she also knits and sews several herself.

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