Friday, September 14, 2018

Flags for Sue

This has been so rewarding and puts me in a happy place every time I open an envelope -

This is the last batch of blocks that have come my way.... and just so you know - there are sets being put into tops RIGHT SMACK NOW!!!

I hope you don't get tired of our Flags - but I plan to keep you all updated as we start making, quilting and awarding these quilts.   I predict this will be a 2 year project ;-)

Check out these lovelies!









So this is 13 more Blocks - and that puts us at a total of 
660 Blocks that have arrived here at my house

I have had pics sent to me of other QOV quilters making these same blocks for quilt in their area - and I think that is just so cool!!!

660 Blocks - wow - about 55  quilts!! 55 people!! As Quilting Jet Girl said - at least 1 per week!!!
WOW!!


14 comments:

Quiltdivajulie said...

Totally awesome!!!

Barob Book Blog said...

This is a fun fabulous project! Good going Alycia!

Kim said...

All those blocks singing red, white and blue are awesome! Wow....that's a lot of quilts!

Jo said...

Fantastic effort

Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl said...

What an amazing way to honor Sue; it gives me goosebumps!

Susan Reynolds said...

Looking forward to seeing the awesome quilts that will be made for our service folk

crafdee grantham said...

Truly Spectacular Display for Sue! 🇺🇸

crafdee grantham said...

Such a Beautiful Display for Sue! 🇺🇸

Sue in Scottsdale, AZ said...

This is fantastic. I only wish I could have made more blocks. An amazing way to honor a friend.

Donna said...

Amazing!!!! Quilters are the most generous people!!! This is so wonderful for you, Sue’s memory and QOV!!!!

Kate said...

What a great response on blocks. I'm looking forward to seeing all those quilts come together.

Snowcatcher said...

I'm so thrilled you got such good response, and I can't wait to see all the finished quilts! It will be even better when we get to see them with their recipients!

Susan said...

That is a pretty amazing response. 55 quilts. Wow.

Tami C said...

Wonderful that so many are helping with the flags for Sue.