Wednesday, October 26, 2016

WIP. A Christmas Tradition Quilt

Every year our church has a fabulous open house. One of the rooms is the Silent Auction Room.  This room is pure profit because the church members do a little fall cleaning and bring the items to the church.  Some of the members get together to make a quilt every year. We have been doing this for almost 10 years now. The quilt tends to one of the biggest money makers in the the room.

Here it the progress for this years quilt.  The sashing is borrowed from Canuck Quilter's sashing found in the Quilter's Scrapbook. 

The blocks are done and a couple borders are all that is left before it makes it to the longarm.
These squares started as bonus square leftover from last years quilt that included snow ball blocks.
Visit at the  Fall Sewing Link UP

Keep sewing!  Just Another Quilter


  1. great project!

    thanks for linking up!

  2. Hope your beautiful quilt brings in lots of money! A friend and I finished the binding on a big quilt made by our church quilting group. It will be raffled to send kids to church camp. ---"Love"

  3. Such an elegant quilt. Great use of Canuck Quilter's pieced border. Good luck with the silent auction.