Back in September, we announced a new program - Blocks for Good. This streamlines our community giving efforts, while still giving everyone a chance to contribute to quilts for the community. We've finished up the first of the quilts that came from the blocks in this program and wanted to share out with our larger community.
Our first block in the program was the Intersection Block, designed by Film in the Fridge. It's a quick sew, and looks great in lots of different combinations.
We provided a colour palette that would suit the highest need of one of our favourite recipients - Quilts For Everyday Heroes. They provide comfort quilts to first responders, and have a high need for quilts in a neutral or masculine colour scheme, especially in large throw or bed sizes.
With a quick sew, and a wide colour palette, we got lots of blocks back!
As with any of our Community Giving projects, it takes a village! Thanks to guild members Charlene, Phil and Linda, who laid out, assembled, quilted and bound our finished quilt.
Add a label, and it was finished - off to Quilts for Everyday Heroes it goes!