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Sunday, May 21, 2017

My H2H 2017

Today would be my only daughter's 44th birthday. She was such a bright penny. A perky girl, you know the kind. I loved her so much. . . but she died of breast cancer in 2013 and I've been like half a person since then.   I usually donate my H2H quilt to Happy Chemo, in honor of her, but this year there is Camp Hobe, and I knew she would want me to donate to kids with cancer.  I made an I Spy quilt in a strip design.  I hope it is fun for one of those kids.



I measured it, and it qualifies as the right size, but I promptly forgot the dimensions.

 Above shows the backing - had to piece it, but that red was just right with the wavy multicolored print.  Yellow print binding. 




Here's the close-up of some of the prints ....

I quilted  straight lines through one side of each strip.



Linking up to the H2H Show today at  Confessions of a Fabric Addict, Sarah is the Heart of Hands 2 Help. Thanks for this challenge, Sarah.

Hugs to you all and thanks for stopping by.
Terri

10 comments:

  1. So sorry for the loss of your precious daughter. I am sure she is looking down and is thrilled that you are honouring her memory in such a wonderful way.

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  2. Oh so sorry to hear of your devastating loss, Terri....I know this quilt will warm the heart of someone who will love it and get comfort from it...hugsx2 Julierose

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  3. I'm so sorry you lost your daughter. Sending hugs. The quilt is wonderful. She would be pleased, I'm sure.

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  4. I remember when you lost your Chrissy. She was a very special young lady.
    Your guilt is wonderful. Congratulations another H2H finish. I know a little child will love it.

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  5. Some child will cherish this quilt and hopefully keep it forever to remember the recovery process. Your daughter would agree.

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  6. Such a beautiful quilt, Terri, and a lovely tribute to Chrissy. Hugs to you, friend!

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  7. What a wonderful quilt for a little kid to cuddle and have fun with. How lovely that you did it with your daughter in mind.

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  8. Such a pretty and colorful quilt. So sorry about your daughter. Blessings to you and your family.

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  9. What a great way to make a simple, cheerful quilt for a child. I'm going to have to make a note of this. It will be a good way to use up some of the juvenile prints that have been in my stash for far too long.

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