I have a great bunch of quilts of for you today - Hope you enjoy them!!
This first one is from Marilyn W in Loveland. Marilyn is such a lovely lady - and her quilts - Oh MY!! are fabulous!!
The Next two are from Nancy H in Fort Collins - another Lovely Lady. I have sure enjoyed getting to know these two ladies. It is interesting to me where quilting takes you. I might never have met these two ladies as they are in other towns - but I met them through Quilts of Valor - and now I see them often! I LOVE it!!
This is another of Nancy's> I think this is just a fabulous quilt!!
Surprise!! One of our Combat Veterans with his quilt.
This Quilt was made by Barbara n Ft Collins. Her guild challenge was to make a quilt for either Quilts of Valor or something else - that totally slipped my mind!! She chose QOV
This one was made by Sue and Judy -
They are also a part of Rocky Mtn Creative Quilters - a guild in Ft Collins.
(oops I went out of order) Here is a THIRD quilt that Nancy made!!
Ms Lori in South Dakota is my long lost sister... okay ... my quilting Sister! I have loved getting to know her through blogging and email, and I stalk her blog... yep... I admit it... http://dakotacityquilter.blogspot.com/ Thats' her!
So the next SEVEN quilts are from her. and well - she sent them a bit ago, someone just forgot to move the photos into the QOV folder - cuz I am organized like that... and well.. they are already living with their Veterans ;-)
This one in the Not So Top Secret project #2 http://alyciaquilts.blogspot.com/search/label/Not%20So%20Top%20Secret%20Project%202
This one is a Scrappy Trip -
It can be found at quiltville.com under her free patterns list
I dare you to go search for it!!
You might find 20 other patterns you want to make too!!
I think this is a bpnnie pattern too....
These last two from Lori are Atkinson Designs. I love how both of them turned out!! She did fabulous!
So... this picture below. I'll tell you what - this man is blessed with an awesome family. His kids are right in there helping him with all of his recovery work. His wife was fabulous and wow.. with a support system like this. I just had to take the whole family. ( well the wife was shy- but I understand)
The last quilt for today - the blocks were pieced and sent in , in abox of orphan blocks. So if you sent them to us - thank you! Harriett worked them up and put them into this fabulous top. I quilted it. I put an American symbol in each red block - it was so fun.
You can see more of the quilt here: http://alyciaquilts.blogspot.com/2014/07/happy-4th-of-july.html