Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Quilts for the homeless

There is a big need for quilts for the homeless; I have 'tons' of fabric that really doesn't lend itself to our other quilts.
Does anyone want to join me at my house to assemble the fabric into quilts?  Or I can provide 'kits' for you to assemble one at home.
I'm just sewing together pieces of fabric and finishing them by sewing on the backing and turning it inside out through an opening (with the batting encased.)  No binding necessary.

Send me a message if you can help!

Linda

Thursday, October 30, 2014

November Block Lotto

Here it is, my final installment for block lotto. Cozy!





The block pattern is Mountain Majesty and the tutorial I followed is found HERE.

Please feel free to use any of the colors for either the peaks or valleys! The block finishes at 11.5"x14.5".

How to play: Make up the block for the month following the pattern and color scheme. Make as many as you want as you will get an entry for every block you make! Bring all your finished blocks to the meeting on November 13th and we will draw a winner. If there are enough blocks to be divided, multiple winners will be drawn. The winner then gets all of those blocks to make a quilt (or similar project)! The winner can participate in following lottos but can't win again until a completed project is presented. 



Have fun!
 



Monday, October 20, 2014

Sew Day at Mill House Quilts

Mill House Quilts in Waunakee will be hosting our guild for a Sew Day on Saturday, November 1st from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Hope to see you there!

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Pin Cushion Swap

We will be having a pin cushion swap! If you would like to participate, all you have to do is make a pin cushion. Easy as that. Sew one up and bring it to the November meeting and we will swap them out. Can't wait to see what you all come up with!

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

October Block Lotto

This month's block palette is easy: black and white. Feel free to use a solid black or a print that is mostly black (tonal black on black would be great). Dark grey or charcoal would be fine, too. The background should be white. 


The pattern is a an Old Maid's Puzzle variation (or School Girl's Puzzle) and the instructions can be found HERE.
*Edit: Follow cutting instructions for the 12" block, which actually gets you a 12.5" block.

How to play: Make up the block for the month following the pattern and color scheme. Make as many as you want as you will get an entry for every block you make! Bring all your finished blocks to the meeting on October 9th and we will draw a winner. If there are enough blocks to be divided, multiple winners will be drawn. The winner then gets all of those blocks to make a quilt (or similar project)! The winner can participate in following lottos but can't win again until a completed project is presented. 



Have fun!
   

Monday, September 22, 2014

Quilt Con Charity challenge

Mad Modders,

At the September meeting I tested the waters for interest in our guild contributing a quilt to the Quilt Con challenge.  There was little or no interest expressed at that time.  If I am in error and there are people who would like to be part of a team working on this project, please notify me immediately.  The entrance forms are due September 30!

There are very specific guidelines as to colors, design, quilting density and size.  You can check the specifics on the national Modern Quilt site. The quilt would need to be completed around Thanksgiving as it needs to be sent on to Houston before the first of the year.

Linda Orr
Mad Mod Charity

Lucky Sew Day

Lucky ME at Sew Day Saturday at Stitcher's Crossing.....
Amy Anderson dropped by to visit and ended up begin my sous-sewer!  She clipped and pressed and kept me working!   Thanks, Amy!
I'm putting on a big push to finish up a LOT of charity projects....at the October meeting, I'll be hoping for lots of volunteers to take home a quilt and quilt it!


The scraps are so deep that they are beginning to drift!

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Logo Voting Time

Hello Mad Mod Quilters!

Its time to vote on our logo.  Do you want something new or do you love the current logo?  Let us know by taking our survey.

Thank you Trisha Frankland for putting this survey together for us and everyone who submitted a design!  --Wendy

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

November Election Update

Hello Mad Mod Quilters!

I am happy to announce we have a nominee for every officer opening for 2015!  Elections will be at our November meeting.  If you're interested in running please email madmodquiltguild@gmail.com.

Linda Orr (Nominee for President)
Jennifer Brunner (Nominee for Events)
Megan Branch (Nominee for Secretary)


Monday, September 15, 2014

Secretary Needed for 2015

Good Evening Mad Mod Quilters!

I am so happy to announce that we have two nominees for our election in November!

Linda Orr (Nominee for President)
Jennifer Brunner (Nominee for Events)

Now, we need YOU to run for Secretary.  Please email madmodquiltguild@gmail.com and tell us you're interested.  Its important that you are able to attend most meeting and to find a back up note taker when you are absent.  Post meeting minutes within 7 days of meetings and attend quarterly officer meetings and other duties as needed.  You're attending the meetings anyway you might as well take the meeting minutes! :)

Thank you all for making the Madison Modern Quilt Guild a great group to be in.
Wendy

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Charity @ Mad Mod

Greetings from Mad Mod Charity!  I hope that you have had a great summer; it will be fun to have us all together again.  If you have a little free time, please consider helping with one of these projects:

Quilts of Valor:
We still are in need of blocks for our Valor quilt.
15", divided on the diagonal....half white, half blue and red stripes.
Wonky stars would also be welcome.
I'd like to get this one finished up soon.

During the summer we started another type of block.  Any size, improv scrap block of white and off-white fabrics (solid or reading as solid) with a scrap or two of a bright solid in the block.


The "Not for the Faint of Heart" paper pieced umbrella:
I tried my hand at making a pattern; if you are experienced at paper piecing please take a try at this one!  I'll have the pattern and gray background fabric at the meeting.  Waiting in the wings, I have some cool raindrop fabric to use along with the umbrellas.
I fell in love with this fabric from Stitchers' Crossing!   It is now chopped into pieces....take home a chunk and make a cool block (any size) out of it.

As always, there will be superhero kits available at the meeting.  There will also be several superhero tops available for quilting.  These do not need to be elaborately quilted; the batt is Warm and White so the stitching can be widely spaced.  The completed ones are so much fun!


See you Thursday!!!!

Sunday, September 7, 2014

September Sew Day

Stitcher's Crossing will be hosting a Sew Day for our guild members on Saturday, September 20th from 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

There is space for 16 quilters.

Please join the event on our Facebook page, email me at trina@trinapeterson.com, or let me know at the September meeting if you plan to attend.

Hope to see you there!

Friday, August 29, 2014

September Block Lotto

Hello all! Here is The block information for September's Block lotto. Sweet as honey.



The pattern is Knee Socks by Elizabeth Hartman. The pattern can be found HERE.


The instructions produce a block that finishes at 24.5 inches (!). A little big, so the requirement for the lotto will be to make only one of the quadrants, which finish at 12.5 inches. You will make a small, medium, and large unit for each quadrant. These can then be assembled according to the quadrant diagrams (step 4). You can choose either the A, B, C, or D placement for your units. Please use white for the background fabric.

How to play: Make up the block for the month following the pattern and color scheme. Make as many as you want as you will get an entry for every block you make! Bring all your finished blocks to the meeting on September 11th and we will draw a winner. If there are enough blocks to be divided, multiple winners will be drawn. The winner then gets all of those blocks to make a quilt (or similar project)! The winner can participate in following lottos but can't win again until a completed project is presented. 



Have fun!


Thursday, August 28, 2014

Are you working on the Logo Challenge?

Are you working on our logo challenge? Its time we've wrapped this up.  Please email your designs to trish.frankland@gmail.com by September 12th so she can set up online voting!

Do you love our current logo?  Don't worry, you can vote for that one too.  :)

Thank you for your support of the Mad Mod Quilt Guild and don't forget, Quilt Expo is next week!

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Quilt Take Down

We will be taking down the quilts in our summer show this Friday, August 29th, 6 pm, at the Alicia Ashman Library. If you had a quilt in this show it would be very helpful for you to attend to collect your quilt. If you are unable to make it, please make arrangements for someone to claim your quilt or let me know and I will hold it for you until next the next meeting (or you are welcome to come get it from me). Hope to see you Friday!

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Officers Needed for 2015

Are you interested in running for office in 2015?  We need a President, Secretary and an Event Coordinator.  Elections will be held at our November meeting.  If you're interested in running or would like to nominate someone please email madmodquiltguild@gmail.com

The continuation and success of this guild depends on YOU!


Thank you!

Friday, July 18, 2014

August Block Lotto

Here are the Block Lotto details for the month of August!


Like having a cherry popsicle by the kiddie pool in the soft grass.


The block is an x and + block and the tutorial can be found over here! I haven't made mine yet, so I don't have a picture but I can't wait to see yours. The size of the block for this pattern is 13" finished.

How to play: Make up the block for the month following the pattern and color scheme. Make as many as you want as you will get an entry for every block you make! Bring all your finished blocks to the meeting on August 14th and we will draw a winner. If there are enough blocks to be divided, multiple winners will be drawn. The winner then gets all of those blocks to make a quilt (or similar project)! The winner can participate in following lottos but can't win again until a completed project is presented. 



Have fun!




Summer Social

*THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED*   Our Summer Social will be held next week on Saturday, July 26th from 1pm to 4pm at 4927 Tonyawatha Trail in Monona. A relaxed potluck gathering, so please bring a dish to share. Kindly RSVP to the guild email or to the event page on facebook by next Wednesday, July 23rd if you plan on attending.



Thursday, July 10, 2014

Michael Miller Fabric Challege Reminder

Hello Mad Mod Quilters!  

How are your MQG fabric challenges coming along?  


Make sure you upload your entries to the Fabric Challenge Forum on the community site by July 25th for your chance to win a year of free fabric!  Winners will be announced by Michael Miller Fabrics August 1st!


In the June Meeting, we announced we'll be having our own local winners too!  


Bring your #mqgfabricchallege entry to the August 14th meeting for your chance to win a gift certificate to Stitchers Crossing!

1st Place $50 
2nd Place $25 
3rd Place $15 
4th Place $10

We will all vote for our favorites by paper ballot.  
Please note, you must be present to win!  




Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Summer Quilt Show

Our summer quilt show will be taking place July through the month of August at the Alicia Ashman branch of the Madison Public Library. Installation for this show will be Friday, July 11th at 5:00pm. Please leave a comment here, send an email (andria (dot) olson at gmail (dot) com), or let me know on Facebook if you plan on attending setup. If you have a quilt to display please bring it then or I will be collecting them the prior evening at our July meeting. The quilts do not need a sleeve for hanging but please have your information attached to the back of the quilt if there is no label.

Can't wait to see all of your beautiful quilts next week!


Monday, June 30, 2014

Sew Day in August

The Electric Needle in Madison is hosting a Sew Day for MadModQuiltGuild members on Saturday, August 16th from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Space for this event is limited to 8 attendees. Please join the event on our Facebook page if you plan to attend, so we can keep a head count.

Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

July Block Lotto

Summer is in full swing and I've got July's block for you! Here is the color palette, a mix of classic reds and blues with some mint and yellow in for fun.






These are what I pulled from my stash. I couldn't find my box of pale mint green so I went with light blue instead. Please feel free to use white, too.




The block is Skinny Churn Dash and can be found HERE. There are several variations she shows, so if one of the other churn dash styles inspires you go for it! I think the variation would be fun. The blocks should finish around 12.5".

How to play: Make up the block for the month following the pattern and color scheme. Make as many as you want as you will get an entry for every block you make! Bring all your finished blocks to the meeting on July 10th and we will draw a winner. If there are enough blocks to be divided, multiple winners will be drawn. The winner then gets all of those blocks to make a quilt (or similar project)! The winner can participate in following lottos but can't win again until a completed project is presented. 


Have fun!

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

June Block Lotto

I am so glad summer has finally arrived and I've got myself in a lake house (Or summer camp. Are there adult summer camps?) frame of mind. Pine needles and clear water. Paddling canoes and lounging on docks. Campfires and s'mores. This month's palette is called Lake Tones and it makes me think of all these things.





The block is Another Star Block and the pattern can be found HERE. I did mine with the greens around the center block and the points in brown but please feel free to mix it up however you want! This block finishes at 12.5 inches.



How to play: Make up the block for the month following the pattern and color scheme. Make as many as you want as you will get an entry for every block you make! Bring all your finished blocks to the meeting on June 12th and we will draw a winner. If there are enough blocks to be divided, multiple winners will be drawn. The winner then gets all of those blocks to make a quilt (or similar project)! The winner can participate in following lottos but can't win again until a completed project is presented. 


Have fun!



Tuesday, April 22, 2014

May Block Lotto

The block for May's lotto is here! This month is a basket weave block from Moda Bakeshop.
We're going to keep this one truly scrappy and not have a color scheme, so just pull what you have from your stash or scrap bin!


The cutting instructions are for an entire quilt so here is what you need for one block:

White Background: (2) 4"x8" 
Color Strips: All are 2.5" wide
                     (1) 8"
                     (2) 9.5"
                     (2) 11"
                     (1) 12.5"

How to play: Make up the block for the month following the pattern and color scheme. Make as many as you want as you will get an entry for every block you make! Bring all your finished blocks to the meeting on May 8th and we will draw a winner. If there are enough blocks to be divided, multiple winners will be drawn. The winner then gets all of those blocks to make a quilt (or similar project)! The winner can participate in following lottos but can't win again until a completed project is presented. 


Have fun!



Sunday, April 6, 2014

Events Position

I have an announcement for you all. Jennifer Falkowski is, unfortunately, stepping down from the second Events Coordinator position. This position is now open for all of our members to consider filling. The Events Coordinators are responsible for the following:
  • Regular activities such as swaps, challenges, block lotteries, block of the month, bees.
  • Social events such as sew days, field trips, and other social get-togethers.
  • Special events such as quilt shows, speakers, and workshops.
These are the aspects of a guild that make it fun and worth being a part of but it can be a little taxing for one person to plan all of these things out. Please consider joining with me as an Events Coordinator and help make our guild even better!

We would like to have this position filled as soon as possible so if you would like to run for it please leave a comment below, contact us on Facebook, or send and email. Hopefully we can elect someone at our next meeting, this Thursday. If you have an interest, please make it known before 5:00 pm Thursday, April 10th.

Andria

Sunday, March 23, 2014

April Block Lotto

I've got April's block for you! This month is Rain or Shine and here is your color inspiration:


Basically we're going for blue and yellow here. Any shade of blue, any shade of yellow.

For the block itself we are going to be using our improvisational piecing skills. I know you've got 'em!

I made this block up so I'll give you a little tutorial.


The idea I'm going for are blue "raindrops" on a sunny background.

Start with some blue and yellow scraps or strips.


Piece them together until they are about 11-12" in length. Trim the edges up, making the width of the strips whatever you like. I varied mine and made sure they weren't smaller than 1.5" wide. You could also piece together a couple different strip sets and then chop them up at different widths for these pieces.


Now cut some strips of yellow that are about 11-12" long and sew them to the long edges of your pieced strips. These can be whatever width you like, also.


Trim and square up your block to be 10.5" and you are all set!


How to play: Make up the block for the month following the pattern and color scheme. Make as many as you want as you will get an entry for every block you make! Bring all your finished blocks to the meeting on April 10th and we will draw a winner. If there are enough blocks to be divided, multiple winners will be drawn. The winner then gets all of those blocks to make a quilt (or similar project)! The winner can participate in following lottos but can't win again until a completed project is presented. 


Have fun!



Wednesday, March 19, 2014

MQG Michael Miller Fabric Challenge

The Modern Quilt Guild is holding its 4th annual members fabric challenge. This year Michael Miller Fabrics is sponsoring the event and is providing participating guilds with fabric. The collection is called Petal Pinwheels.

Guidelines per the MQG

  • The challenge runs from March 2014 toJune 23, 2014 to July 25th.
  • Winners announced July 8, 2014 August 1st
  • Members may make anything they want as long as it is quilted!
  • Add in any solid or Michael Miller printed fabric.
  • You do not need to use all the fabrics given to you.
  • Upload and share your photos to the Fabric Challenge Forum on the Community site.
  • MQGs can create guild specific challenges, as long as the other guidelines are upheld. *We will not have a specific challenge for the Mad Mod Quilt Guild. Feel free to make what you like!
  • Don’t forget to use the #mqgfabricchallenge on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter!
Three winners will be chosen by Michael Miller Fabrics. Each one will receive a posting on their blog and a year of free fabric- a goody box filled with fabric from their collections every month for a year!

The sign up for the fabric was due by the end of February. I based the number of participants on the number of paid members we had at the time, plus a few extra. This means we will only be getting enough fabric for 48-50 members. Hopefully the fabric will be arriving soon. I will keep you posted!

Andria

Monday, March 10, 2014

Charity @ MadMod

Last call for many of our charity projects!

That includes:
Bright wonky stars on white background, 8" or 15"
Stripes of solid colors and white 7.5" X 31"
Bright circles inset or appliqu├ęd on the given black and white checked fabric
Pieced house on blue background 15"
Any kind of block with the "ugly fabric"  plus black, 15"(you can give me the scraps, if you  like)
*Block divided diagonally, 1/2 white, 1/2 striped red and blue, 15"

I'd like to get these finished and out of my sewing room this spring….

Other blocks:
Superhero blocks (14", I think) from the kits handed out previously
     I have lots of kits left but will not be able to bring them to the meeting
Pieced dog or cat blocks, Fons and Porter free download "Dog Daze" ; last due in April

As always:
New quilt shop quality cotton
Smoke and pet free
*Quilts of Valor…no juvenile prints or metallics

Saturday, February 22, 2014

March Block Lotto

"Green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises." - Pedro Calderon de la Barca
I'm not sure about the rest of you, but I am ready for a change of seasons! I've got all things green in my thoughts including this month's block for the lotto.



Two palettes of lovely verdant tones.



The pattern this month is the Ribbon Star Block. This one is a smidge on the trickier side as there are quite a few pieces to keep track of and line up, but I know you can do it! The finished block is 12.5 inches. No restrictions on this block.

How to play: Make up the block for the month following the pattern and color scheme. Make as many as you want as you will get an entry for every block you make! Bring all your finished blocks to the meeting on March 13th and we will draw a winner. If there are enough blocks to be divided, multiple winners will be drawn. The winner then gets all of those blocks to make a quilt (or similar project)! You can't win again until a completed project is presented. 


Have fun!




Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Is it time to makeover our branding?

Good Evening Mad Mod Quilters!

At the last meeting we discussed the idea of creating  new, updated branding.  We have had a SURGE in membership since our logo was first created and we've officially joined The Modern Quilt Guild so it might be time for a refresh.

We need a logo that is...
  • Re-sizable - so it can be made into a huge poster or tiny button.  A vector graphic would be ideal!
  • A .png option so the background is clear
Details...
  • You pick the color palette! 
  • Multiple design submissions and color palettes are acceptable
  • A black and white option would be rad
  • We need a coordinating Blogger header, Facebook header, and blog button
  • We will not accept hand drawings.   We are not graphic designers and don't necessarily have the skills needed to translate your drawing into a computer graphic.   Please have a design ready to use on the internet.
  • Be original, we're not looking for another logo with the Capitol building in it. 
Ideally, we'd like to see the submissions in person, presented by YOU at the May meeting.  

You're welcome show sneak peaks of your ideas ahead of time by posting on our Modern Quilt Guild Community site or on our Facebook page. 

If you are unable to attend the May meeting and have a design you'd like to submit please email a .pdf to madmodquiltguild@gmail.com by Monday May 5th.

Voting will only be done IN PERSON at our May Meeting.  Do you love the current logo? That will be an option on the ballot too.  We can't wait to see what YOU come up with!  

Check out logo inspiration on Pinterest.

Happy quilting.
--Wendy

Charity blocks

Charity Quilt Blocks…..indeed , Mad Mod, it's the end of the road for many of our quilt blocks….please turn these in at the February meeting:

1. bright wonky stars on white, 8" or 15"
2.  pieced house on blue background, 15"
3. bright circle inset/appliqued on the given black and white checked block
4.  ugly fabric plus black improv 15"
5. made stripes, solid plus white 7.5" by 31"

Due at this meeting or March:
on the diagonal 1/2 white, 1/2 striped red, navy, royal  15" block
This is for quilts of valor and will be a larger quilt so we need more blocks…no metallic or juvenile

Ongoing:
14" superhero blocks made with kits handed out in January.  There are still more available

As alway remember guidelines:
*new, quilt-shop quality cotton
*no smoke or pet hair
*if possible, return scraps over 1" with the block
*have fun!

The 5 partially completed quilts that you saw in January are in various stages of quilting/binding!  We are awaiting a new logo so that labels can be made and then off they go!

See you Thursday!

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

February Sew Day!

Hang out and sew with your awesome Modern Quilt Guild peeps February 15th.
Our next member sew day will take place at Bungalow Quilting!

It's at 646 W. Fond du Lac Street, Ripon, Wisconsin 54971

There is room for 12 to fit comfortably so sign up early!

RSVP via email or on our Facebook page.

For Sew Days with limited space (like this one), RSVP is mandatory. Mad Mod Quilt Guild members will be given priority, then non-members/guests are welcome as space permits. Any remaining spots will be open to guests 3 days before the event.

Judy has ironing boards and irons and two Berninas if needed, but feel free to bring your own machines.

Room for fabric cutting is limited so you may want to bring something you're already working on. Little things, yes; a whole quilt, not so much. Just envision tight space and sharp cutting tools...shudder...

She's supplying lunch: BBQ sandwich fixings + veggies.

AND 20% off fabric during the sew day

It should be the social event of the season so we really hope you can make it.

Please make sure to RSVP

Monday, January 27, 2014

Tea Cozies, please!

The Monona Library is celebrating it's 50th year - woohoo!

They are having several events throughout the year.  One is a Downton Abbey themed tea party on April 27. 




We are asking people to make tea cozies to auction off as a fundraiser for the library

Would any guild members be willing to make and donate a cozy? 

Here is a simple and awesome pattern but anything that anyone would make would be appreciated.

Please, dress us up in cozies, we're cold!

Bring them to the Mad Mod Quilt Guild meeting OR Drop them off at the Monona Library (in care of Jen) up to April 20th.

Thanks!

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

February Block Lotto

Time for February's Block Lotto!

This month's palette is a frosty berry smoothie. Lilac, lavender, raspberry, blackberry, and orchid.







The block is called Patchwork Wheel and is available here.



When they are put together, an X's and O's pattern is formed giving a subtle Valentine's quilt.



A few notes for this quilt block:
  • Please use a light grey for the background/ corner fabrics. The circle effect is best achieved when this is a solid or very lightly patterned.
  • The pattern calls for using eight (8) 4.25" background squares with eight (8) 4.25" color squares. The method used for making the half square triangles results in 16 units. Only eight are needed per block. You could either use a different method for getting single half square triangle units or you could cut out another eight 3.5" purple squares and use the extra half square triangles to make an additional block!

How to play: Make up the block for the month following the pattern and color scheme. Make as many as you want as you will get an entry for every block you make! Bring all your finished blocks to the meeting on February 13th and we will draw a winner. If there are enough blocks to be divided, multiple winners will be drawn. The winner then gets all of those blocks to make a quilt (or similar project)! You can't win again until a completed project is presented. 


Have fun!



Friday, January 17, 2014

February Challenge!

Hello everyone! We are going to have a small challenge for the February meeting. One of our members, Marie, has generously given fat quarters (or more) of red fabric she acquired on a recent trip to India to those who wish to participate. The challenge is to use this fabric, with the addition of white or cream fabric, to make a mini quilt measuring 12"x12". If you did not receive any of this fabric, please feel free to join in by using any red and white fabric. There is no particular design required for this challenge. please bring your finished mini quilt to the meeting on February 13th. Can't wait to see them!

Andria

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Charity Longarm….
Sorry to be making this a general announcement…

Those of you who signed up as interested in helping quilt charity quilts at Gael's, please notify me as to a convenient date/time from the following list:
Wed. 1-29, 2-5 anytime
Thur 1-30, 2-6 after 2;30
Sat 2-1, 2-8 anytime

Gael is advising about 3 people at a time.

Thursday, January 2, 2014

Charity News

An assortment of small (40"-60"-ish) Charity quilt tops are ready for quilting; are there any longarmers who would be willing to quilt one?
Is there anyone with one of those super-duper embroidery machines who would be willing to help design and then make quilt labels for our charity quilts?

January and February are the dates for completing these blocks:
1) pieced house with blue background, 15"
2) bright wonky star on white background, 15" or 8"
3) Quilts of Valor, 15" block split on diagonal…half white , half red/blue pieced stripes
4) inset or appliqued circles on the black and white checks
5) pieced white and one other solid color striped , 7" X 36"+

Please keep in mind guidelines/restrictions:
1) smoke free
2) pet hair-free
3) quilt shop quality 100% cotton
4) Quilts of Valor: no children's prints

Thank you…I would be happy to provide more details if needed…..