2021 Hands2Help Comfort Quilt Challenge

This is my third year participating in the Hands2Help Comfort Quilt Challenge. My donation quilt is a Color Jolt throw-size quilt that measures 51” X 67”. I was too late to participate in the Quilt-Along last fall, but I appreciated all the good information that Kate with SparkleStash.com included in her QAL posts. This was a fun and relatively quick quilt to make, and I was able to use Hoffman Volcano 10-inch squares in my stash along with Kona Teal Blue for sashing and borders. Cara@Sew Colorado Quilting did such a nice job of quilting it with a simple edge-to-edge quilting pattern called lightning.

I am donating my H2H quilt to Covered in Love. Over the past couple years I’ve made some donation blocks for this wonderful hospice program in Texas but this is the first quilt I’ve donated to them. It is my hope that it lifts the spirits of its recipient.

Linking up to 2021 Hands2Help Comfort Quilt Challenge.

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7 Responses to 2021 Hands2Help Comfort Quilt Challenge

  1. Oh my, I love this!! The teal sashing and border really make this pop. I have a layer cake of fabrics I don’t want to cut into small pieces… I think I’ve found the pattern I want to use 😉

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  2. SEW beautiful!! Your quilt is sure to bring comfort to a grieving family. Thanks for the pattern link!

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  3. What a pretty donation! Love that Kona teal.

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  4. This is such a pretty donation quilt! I’m sure someone will enjoy snuggling under it. The colors are so vibrant and pretty!

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  5. Mary, this is such a beautiful quilt, the colors are amazing!

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  6. chrisknits says:

    A wonderful quilt for a great organization! So striking.

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  7. rl2b2017 says:

    Hi Mary! Color Jolt is definitely going to lift the spirits of someone, and as the name suggests, they will be covered in your love and care. It is a beautiful quilt with your signature teal surrounded by pops of pretty color. It looks like it was a fun quilt to make. ~smile~ Roseanne

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