Monday, August 1, 2011

Quilts of Valor

Two Quilts of Valor quilted and ready to send back to Northern Idaho to the Inland Northwest Virtual Quilts of Valor group.

Flag of Valor pattern by Minick and Simpson.



Each of the stars are signed by the persons that pieced them. They are from all over the US. This spring, Moda Fabrics, in conjunction with the Quilts of Valor Foundation, presented the Moda Fabrics Just One Star  program. I have 2 more of these quilts standing by to quilt. It is so interesting looking at all the states that are represented in these blocks! This particular quilt had blocks from MI, FL, OH, MO, CA, NY, KS and NC.

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This quilt was pieced by the Cornerstone QOV group.



5 comments:

LynCC said...

How cool to quilt for them and get to see the different tops. :)

Stray Stitches said...

What a generous thing you are doing by quilting the QOV quilts. The quilting you did is perfect. How fun to be able to see where all of the blocks are from.

Alycia said...

Those are gorgeous. I love the Rail fence looking one!!

Cindy Lou said...

Ann, you and I have so much in common. I've purchased my fabric for 2 QOV quilts, I work with the Georgia chapter for ConKerr Cancer, and I am constantly making baby quilts for Quilts for Kids. Your quilting is awesome!

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

I just love your quilting. I worked on 2 QOV quilt tops today. Still not finished, but, they are finally showing progress.

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