Eventually, I reached out to the eQuilter Initiative (the group collecting and distributing the quilts) and asked if I should still send the quilts along once I finish them. I think my email must have been overlooked and then I'll be honest, time ran away with me and I didn't follow up. I saw the quilts sitting there a few short weeks ago and decided I'd send them along should another need arise. I knew that, unfortunately, there would be another natural disaster or the like. It's the sad constant of our lives, isn't it.
I suspect these quilts will come in handy sooner rather than later now and in anticipation of a drive being organized in our quilting community, I wanted to show you these quilts. It's amazing to me how scrappy fabrics and colors can all, eventually work together.
Quilt 1, one solid binding choice.
Quilt 2, scrappy binding.
May God bless, heal and provide strength to those who need it in Oklahoma, today. If you have a top that's in the WiP pile & without a purpose, maybe you will be able to complete it & donate when the call comes?