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Quilts for Boston

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Traditional
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What materials did you use? cottons

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What are you most proud of? We are asking the modern quilt community to support our efforts by sending us blocks for these quilts. Additionally, we will accept donations of fabric to be used for binding, sashing, and quilt backs. We would like to have the quilts ready to deliver to those in need as soon as possible, so we ask that you send your blocks to us within a month, by May 24th, 2013. Blocks sent to the Boston Modern Quilt Guild should be blue, yellow, gray, and white. All blocks should be 12 tall x the width of your choice. That could mean 12 x 7, 12 x 12, or anything wider, more narrow, or in between. Please machine piece your blocks in any style you would like. Please use only quilt shop quality 100% cotton or cotton/linen fabrics. Both print and solid fabrics are welcome. Our preference is white or light gray 100% cotton thread, but any coordinating thread of good quality will do. Please consider adding photos of the blocks to our flickr group. This is not required, but it will be wonderful to share the blocks as we are making them and to see what people are working on. Our goal is to make bright and modern quilts that will bring cheer to those who need it most! We chose this color scheme as these are the colors of the Boston Marathon, and have become the colors representing the OneFund, an organization formed to accept monetary donations for the victims, as well as the tribute tees sold to benefit the One Fund. Be creative with your blocks, and make any pattern or design that inspires you! Please mail all blocks and fabric to: Quilts for Boston P. O. Box 79225 Belmont, MA 02479 Spread the word!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? We are asking the modern quilt community to support our efforts by sending us blocks for these quilts. Additionally, we will accept donations of fabric to be used for binding, sashing, and quilt backs. We would like to have the quilts ready to deliver to those in need as soon as possible, so we ask that you send your blocks to us within a month, by May 24th, 2013. Blocks sent to the Boston Modern Quilt Guild should be blue, yellow, gray, and white. All blocks should be 12 tall x the width of your choice. That could mean 12 x 7, 12 x 12, or anything wider, more narrow, or in between. Please machine piece your blocks in any style you would like. Please use only quilt shop quality 100% cotton or cotton/linen fabrics. Both print and solid fabrics are welcome. Our preference is white or light gray 100% cotton thread, but any coordinating thread of good quality will do. Please consider adding photos of the blocks to our flickr group. This is not required, but it will be wonderful to share the blocks as we are making them and to see what people are working on. Our goal is to make bright and modern quilts that will bring cheer to those who need it most! We chose this color scheme as these are the colors of the Boston Marathon, and have become the colors representing the OneFund, an organization formed to accept monetary donations for the victims, as well as the tribute tees sold to benefit the One Fund. Be creative with your blocks, and make any pattern or design that inspires you! Please mail all blocks and fabric to: Quilts for Boston P. O. Box 79225 Belmont, MA 02479 Spread the word!

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Fabulous opportunity applekrisp! Can you provide a link to the flickr group?

04/28/2013 Flag

I would love to participate -- just to be clear: you are requesting block(s), not quilt tops? Now I feel I can actually help...hooray. AppliqueCher

04/29/2013 Flag