For the Seattle MQG Quiltcon Charity quilt, the Giving Committee decided to do a little something different this year.
Instead of just one guild member designing the entire quilt, we decided to have a design challenge for the guild’s 2018 QuiltCon Charity Quilt. We put it out to the guild that we were taking submissions and received about 10 fantastic designs. Our main goal was to pick a design that would be the most feasible to create and one that we could involve as many members as were interested in participating. Deciding on just one was tough. We ultimately chose a design submitted by Cecelia Lehmann‘s and then we put a bit of an improvisational spin on it.
We used the color palette chosen by the Modern Quilt Guild, with fabric generously donated by Paintbrush Studio – beautiful Painter’s Palette Solids in (from bottom, below) White, Rice Paper, Purple, Tangerine, Tomato, Daisy, and Fuschia.
And then we mixed the colors and handed out 56 adorable little bundles to all the members that wanted to participate. Debbie wrote an easy to follow tutorial and we were off!
Quilt Name: Frannie’s Flashy Fans
Quilt Size: 68” x 87”
Block Design by: Ceclia Lehman
Blocks by: Seattle Modern Quilt Guild Members
Block layout by: Louise Wackerman and Debbie Jeske
Pieced by: Louise Wackerman
Quilted by: Dionne Matthies-Buban
Binding by: Louise Wackerman
Recipient: Northwest Breast Center
Truly this quilt radiates love! Thanks to all of you for creating such a beauty!
This is fabulous and I love that the quilt has a forever home to go to!
Congratulations on another wonderful quilt for the charity challenge. Keep up the amazing collaborative work!👏