Each year at Christmas our church gives Christmas boxes to families in the Quitman school area. Last year I told Donna, the organizer, that I would make quilts for each of the kids in the families that would be receiving boxes. For some reason I did not get quilts made last year, it was probably just procrastination on my part. I did get several tops quilted but nothing was completed.
This year I decided that I must get those quilts finished and several more made. I had every intention of starting on this project back in September but here it is almost the middle of November and I have done no quilting. I do have four that I made several years ago and they have just been stored away. I don’t remember now for whom they were made and don’t remember why they were never delivered. At least it gets me started for this year. They are not made of Christmas fabric but that really does not matter.
This froggy quilt will be great for a toddler boy.
I wonder why I did not put the back views on the back of the quilt. Probably because there were only six blocks including fronts and backs.
This quilt is fairly large so can go to one of the older girls.
This quilt and the previous one with bears were made back when nearly every quilt I made was applique. Can’t be seen very well but the back has small chickens on a blue background.
The front and back are the same fabric. The green border does not show the true color. The green is almost as bright as the border on the chicken quilt above.
I think it is funny that when I take a photo with the quilt on the floor and then rotate the photo, it looks as if the quilt is hanging on a wall.