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Monday, September 22, 2014

Share the Love...

Last week Lea Anne at Podunk Pretties
posted a challenge being given by
using this free pattern offered by

free heart pat (2) 

The Share the Love Challenge challenges us
 to make one of these quilts and give it to
someone in need.
Lea Anne Double Dog Dared me to participate.

It just so happens that a dear friend of mine is having
surgery tomorrow after a long medical ordeal. 
He is one of the kindest, most generous,
loving people I know and this little quilt will go to him.

I started piecing the heart yesterday
and finished the first one last night.

My little heart is being made with
2 1/2" squares instead of the 5" squares
used in the Fat Quarter Shop pattern.

Chain stitching the HST's

Cutting the HST's to size.

Top all pieced and ready for quilting.

My finished Heart Quilt will be delivered this week.

This whole process took about 3 hours.
My second one is on the wall,
waiting to be sewn together.

This little heart will be put away
until another person needs a little love.

Join in on this challenge!
I Double Dog Dare you.

Please visit Patchwork Times to see what others
are creating.

Happy Quilting!


LA Paylor said...

great way to show precious little fabrics. I love a heart anyway! LeeAnna at not afraid of color

Podunk Pretties said...

They turned out great! Now what else can I double dog dare you to do?! ;)

Rachel said...

I especially like the binding. It works really well! Great job.

Kate said...

Pretty little hearts!

Cindy said...

So happy and bright. Perfect gift.

Anonymous said...

Your heart quilt turned out beautifully! I love it and I am sure it will be appreciated.

viridian said...

It is wonderful. Would you about about putting several blocks together, say to make a nap quilt?

Unknown said...

What a beautiful gift. I hope your friend will be well soon!

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

They are both beautiful and what a wonderful gift!

Sharon said...

So sweet. Love the binding you used. Hope your friend is doing well.

Anonymous said...

This is such a wonderful gift. Looks like it was really fun and simple to make but the result is lovely.