Saturday, January 7, 2012

Mom's Donation Quilt


Here's a quilt that will sure sell a lot of raffle tickets!  My Mom wanted to make a donation quilt to raise money for their local church and she also wanted to make a black and white quilt.  I watched the birth of this quilt from the very beginning!  Last year we were in a quilt shop called Quilter's Quarter's in Zephyrhills, Florida.  They had a beautiful black and white quilt hanging on the wall and Mom said that this is the donation quilt I want to make for the raffle.  It's now all finished and on display until the raffle this summer.



If you're interested buying this beautiful pattern called Diamond's Jubilee by Nancy A. Smith, visit Quilter's Quarters web site.
Thank you Mom for letting me post about this beautiful quilt!


Happy Quilting!

Kay Lynne

12 comments:

Carol said...

What a beautiful design! Your mom should be so proud! Good luck to the lucky winner (next summer)!

Carol (NJ)

P. said...

Wow, what a stunning quilt! It is so beautifully done, it just draws you right into it. I bet the raffle raises a lot of money with that quilt!

Needled Mom said...

Oh wow!!! It is a stunning quilt.

quiltcrazygaljennalouise said...

Mom is the best! I love it! Saving my $$$$$ so I can purchase lots of tickets! Thanks for your help yesterday it was so nice to have you both over. We appreciate everything!

Quilting By Jeannie said...

This quilt is amazing. Someone is going to be very lucky to win this.

2ne said...

WOW, I love your quilt - it is beautifull :-)

Sarcastic Quilter said...

It's a gorgeous quilt!

Pam said...

I saw this beautiful quilt on your sis's blog and just had to come over and see the details. It's wonderful.

Fleurette said...

What a fabulous job! Your Mom's quilt is stunning!!

Anonymous said...

I would love to have this pattern. any chance you could share the name of the pattern?
joyyoj@charter.net

Anonymous said...

I was searching this pattern on Google and stumbled upon this quilt . . . AMAZING!
Choosing the fabrics has been the hardest part (so far) I am curious if you remember the name of the material used??
I would love to know.
Beautiful work.

Julie said...

This is one of the most amazing and beautiful quilts I have ever seen. Beautiful work!!