Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Karen's different kind of I-Spy quilt

I have a blog friend who makes many of the quilts that you see each month in your favorite quilting magazines. Wendy Sheppard is a very popular and prolific quilt designer. That means that she also accumulates a lot of scrap quilts. We were emailing one day and I was telling her about the quilts that we make for various charities. She offered to send a box of scraps. Most of the fabrics in that box were more juvenile prints so I immediately thought of Karen and sent the box to her. This weekend she showed me a kid's quilt that she made totally from scraps from Wendy's box. I sent a photo to Wendy and she's posted about it and all of the fabrics in the quilt. Check out the post here. This one little quilt represents 30 quilts that Wendy has made!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you Wendy for sharing your scraps.

    Karen can turn any pile of scraps into a joyful quilt! I am so blessed to count her as a friend. She made over 40 charity quilts last year. Probably more, but she loses track! Indeed, she blesses many - those who receive her quilts and all who know her. I love you, Karen!