My Talented Friends

My dear friend, Ginny, donated a few bags of fabric to me, and I gave each of my Bobbin Buddies Quilting friends a stack to make a quilt top for Royal Family Kids Camp, a camp for children in the Foster Care system. My friends make the tops, then I quilt and bind them.

I love the way this one turned out!

Some kid is going to be really happy! They each get to choose their own.

Here are a couple of tops–also very happy–but they will go to a Prayers and Squares recipient.


How about this handsome one? It is very masculine.

Then there is this one, that looks so sophisticated

It’s a pattern offered by Missouri Star Quilt Company, and I believe there is a You Tube tutorial on it.  Here’s a close up of the quilting. And the last one is made with 2 charm packs! Very soft looking.

I am going to collect a few more, I’ll show those once they come in.

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3 Responses to My Talented Friends

  1. Cathy Schwenkmeyer says:

    Oh Pam, they are all so lovely just like you!! How wonderful to make these for a cause! May the Lord bless you and the ladies! Cathy S.

  2. Lynn says:

    Hi Pam, it is quite amazing what you can do with scraps! Your quiting is really nice but it is what yo do with them that makes me smile. Thanks for all you do

  3. pkay says:

    You are SOOO kind! Thank you very much.

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