It was the wish of my friend, for whom I was dispersing her lifetime of quilting materials, to use some of the fabric for community quilts. There were plenty of smaller amounts of older fabrics that were suitable.
My small group, The Fiber Junkies, took a meeting day to organize, color coordinate, and cut enough fabric for 8 kits, which included backing and binding.
At our most recent PTA meeting we began the process of sewing them together. 2 kits that we didn't get to that day came back home with me. I spent the last 4+ days assembling/quilting and binding them. It was such a relaxing time....not having to select fabrics or work out the design, instead I could simply enjoy carefree sewing.
The next stop will be the Asheville Quilt Guild where they will be appropriately distributed with size/color in mind.
UPDATE: Here's a link to a project supporting those who lost their homes in the Carolinas due to the latest hurricane: https://frommycarolinahome.com/2018/11/02/carolina-hurricane-quilt-project/
To see what other artists have made this week visit: Nina-Marie's Off The Wall Friday, Sarah's Whoop Whoop Friday, Crazy Mom Quilts.