Senior Quilt and 42 pinwheel blocks.
This is a completed lap quilt made for a graduating boy from our congregation. We used to just make them for the graduating girls as a welcome to the women's society, but someone thought that wasn't right, so for the last few years they've also been made for the boys.
|I can only take credit for the quilting of it. The construction of the blocks was done by another lady and she also sewed the flimsy together with the batting and backing, right sides together and then turned it right side out and stitched around the perimeter before I even did the quilting. It is soft and comfortable feeling and I hope will be enjoyed!|
|The completed size is about 50 x 70". It looks liked the navy blocks are framed by the homespun plaids, but actually if you take a closer look, the navy blocks are alternated with plaid rail fence blocks. It really is a simple but attractive pattern.|
These Pinwheel Blocks make me feel so happy!
I'm off to volunteer for a program called Operation Access, which provides surgeries at no cost to uninsured or underinsured people so they can have the health care they need. I'm happy to be part of such a program and am so thankful for the generosity our American society who help out so unfailingly!
Linking up with Crazy Mom Quilts.