For the past five years, I’ve been making three quilts a year for the Linus Project which provides quilts for hospitalized children with terminal illnesses. I like to use scraps that are bright and cheerful. The first quilt I made this year was a pinwheel.
The second quilt was a dot-to-dot pattern I had seen on the cover of Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting magazine and it was simple enough that I was able to duplicate it on my Electric Quilt software. The centers are fussycuts from fabric I thought a boy might like.
The third quilt was designed with a little girl in mind.