March Monthly Goal: Charity Baby Quilt Finishes

March has been a great month for finishes!
Having multiple projects going at once is
not my preferred method to be sure but
finishing up multiple projects at once can be
really fun and certainly rewarding.

I'm linking up to Elm Street Quilts
One Monthly Goal today to share two of
my three March finishes.  My goal was to get
two baby quilts made and turned into a local
charity by their March 31 deadline.

Written In the Stars (38x42)

To participate in this charity drive (and contest),
quilters were required to purchase a fat quarter
of a specific fabric to be featured in the quilt.

With two options to choose from, the decision
was obvious right? I bought both and made
a quilt from each!

The pattern for the above quilt can be found here.

The second quilt is Pinwheel Circus (36x43).

The pattern for this quilt can be found here.
I did make a small change to the center to 
allow for more focus on theme fabric.

Happily, I was able to get them both turned in early
which, in turn, allowed me to finish up another quilt.
 That finish, along with these two, will be all highlighted
in my Tuesday To-Do post next week.

And now to tidy the sewing room, clean my
sewing machine and decide on April's goal!

Happy quilting!

 Linking up to:

(by Michele's Romantic Tangle)
(by Elm Street Quilts)


Connie W. said…
Your quilts will bring much brightness into the lives of children! I can see fussy cut animals in the cornerstones of the pinwheel quilt's inner border. Looks great. Thanks for sharing these.
Linda said…
Both are such pretty quilts that will make someone very happy! Isn't it nice to clean up after a finished quilt?
Such cute baby quilts!!!! Very detailed, and fun colors!!! (I found you on the let's make baby quilts link up.)
piecefulwendy said…
You did have a good March! Cute baby quilts!
Patty said…
Great quilt! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish.