I taught a class of 4H girls how to make small landscape quilts. They enjoyed the class, and also brought their own quilts, seen here, to share.
I really enjoyed this volunteer teaching job with the 4H girls. Anne Copeland and I cut out kits to give to each girl. It was a day well spent.
This is one of my earliest donation mini quilts to help raise money at an auction for Fiberarts Connection. It is paper pieced, so easier than it looks.
This one was made for The Alzheimer's Initiative through Amy Simms. Her mother died of the illness, and she has done these challenges annually for a long time.
This mini Mother Goddess quilt was another piece made for a fund raising auction by Fiberarts Connection.
This scarf was made for another Fiberarts Connection challenge, Enduring Earth. The venue for selling the work to raise money for The Nature Conservancy was held at at the Wilsonville, NC Community College. I was very happy to learn the piece did so well. I am trying to make some small-size projects for donating to nonprofits every year now.
This is a donation quilt made for SAQA this year. The quilts are 12" and generally bring anywhere from $100 up each, depending on the artists.
This is another quilt I have made for donation to Jamie Fingal for the Habitat for Humanity Homecoming project for wounded soldiers coming home to live in group homes. It is a worthwhile charity as well.