Friday, April 24, 2020

T for Terry

1) I think I changed my comments to "moderated." If it didn't work, I'll try again. I have been getting several comments in other languages and regarding goofy stuff not related to me or my interests. So, due to a few I have to make it more cumbersome for all. Sorry about that.

2) Here's some sewing I have done recently. One of the groups I donate to, Wrap-a-Smile (WAS), is coming up on its 20th anniversary. Also, its founder, Terry, is seriously ill. So to celebrate WAS and to honor Terry, some of us decided to make quilts out of T-blocks. (T for Terry.) Here is what I have done so far:

This first quilt is made of all Ts.

This quilt has one T block which is top row, center. Ts are slanted. See?

This quilt has a row of purple/yellow Ts in the middle.

The Ts below are the middle part that look like pistons:

Another volunteer is quilting these for me. Wrap-a-Smile gives quilts to kids who undergo cleft lip/cleft palate surgery all over the world. They get to keep the quilt, of course. If you are interested in donating to Wrap-a-Smile, I'll be glad to give you the information on how, where, and all the deets you need.


Quiltdivajulie said...

Sending well wishes for Terry. And good for you on these quilt tops - they each wonderful.

Louise said...

Terrific Tops for Terry!

Claire said...

I didn’t catch the Ts in the piston quilt till you pointed them out. I really like that one and the T-block at the top of the sampler. In fact I stole that one. HSTs are stitched, pressed, and trimmed.