This year I did get an early start to the quilts I wanted to donate to my chosen charities. I support Victoria’s Quilts Canada which provides comfort quilts to Cancer patients. This year I am also providing some quilt tops to Quilts For Survivors which provides comfort quilts to people who were forced in to the Residential School system. Both charities hold a special place in my heart having family and friends who had their own cancer journeys; some of whom did survive, and the horrific discover of so many unmarked children’s graves at some of the school sites here in Canada.
Early in the year, I completed this quilt top:
Next on my list was this fun, bright quilt top I made which I call “Sticks and Stones”:
The next flimsy was made for one of the blog hops I participated in with a goal to having it be a quilt for Grace. Since we lost Grace I will be donating it.
My final quilt that I managed to finish before our world fell apart was this pretty quilt:
I had planned on making a couple of more quilt tops to donate, but my sewing time has been limited for the past couple of months. I have finally started sewing again so will try to get more done this year for these two amazing charities.
This week I’ll also link this post to Mari’s Round-Up gathering showcasing more of the quilts being donated as part of Hands 2 Help 2022.
Linking with Mari @ The Academic Quilter.