Thursday, August 15, 2019

Frog Quilt for Charity

This is my latest charity quilt, from original idea to finished quilt the whole process took less than 12 hours.

It all started with a panel with six cute frogs. I cut the panel into 6" squares, added some green striped fabric and some yellow bubble fabric, and voila!, I had a center panel for the quilt.

An orange small plaid fabric became the inner border, and a cute cartoon frog fabric became the outer border.

I quilted it using my walking foot with a meandering cross hatch pattern with a corn silk colored thread. The binding is a fun orange/multi colored striped fabric. The binding is machine sewn on the quilt.

The whole quilt was finished less than 12 hours from the idea of the quilt emerged. The 39" x 50" quilt will be a good comfort to a sick child at the hospital.

Here's a detail of the fun frog print in the outer border. A whole lot of frogs are having fun bowling!

This is my seventh charity quilt for the year, and 36th all time for the children's ward at the hospital.


  1. That looks so cute and your border fabric is perfect for it.

  2. I love those frogs...very sweet quilt!

  3. These frogs are too cute! Love it!


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