Tuesday, August 10, 2021


The Modern Quilt Guild just finished up member voting on entries for the Make A Difference challenge.  Since the voting is over (the winner will be announced tomorrow), I wanted to go ahead and share my quilt which I call Three.

The entry fee for the challenge benefitted Trees for the Future, whose mission is to end hunger and poverty by training farmers to regenerate their land. 

I chose to interpret the prompt TREES literally and used techniques learned from some MQG classes including skinny strips and improv curves.  My mini quilt finishes 13" x 15".

I made the quilt top shortly after the challenge was announced but didn't bind it until the last minute.  I've no expectation of winning a prize but it is fun to participate and donate to an important cause.

Have a wonderful day! Patty


  1. I recognize your mini from looking through the gallery. I really enjoyed getting to see all the creative quilts made from the prompt.

  2. I really enjoyed looking at all of the entries. I like the simplicity of your quilt and how you used several techniques. It's fun that you fastened the trees with big stitch.


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