Orphan Adoption Event

In 2016 I participated in the Modern HST Sampler for nine months, producing 18 blocks, each 12.5 inches unfinished.  That was as far as I was able to go due to family events.  They were done following the Rainbow Scrap Challenge two colors a month, so the colors are varied, but can be grouped into smaller units.

These are typical blocks of the group.  
I would like to offer them to anyone in the US who wants them, to make for charity or not, your choice.  
With this large size and some sashing one or two quilts can be made easily, and if you have a longarm it could be an easy project.
I live in Madison  WI area and will split the shipping costs for anyone in the US.  The winner will be chosen by random number drawing.  I will keep this open until Saturday, March 25. The drawing will be held on Sunday, March 26 and shipped after we agree on these points.  
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I’m entering this in the linkup for Orphan Blocks at 

8 thoughts on “Orphan Adoption Event

  1. I've seen Modern HST project on Instagram. I'd love to have these blocks for my church quilting group that makes quilts for a family homeless shelter in Iowa. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com


  2. Paula they look great I see you have offers so good to know they will be made into a quilt, maybe they can add the others too as the blocks are still on Blossomhearts blog. Just need to sandwich mine and quilt it


  3. Thanks for the chance to win. I'd love my name thrown in the hat. I live in Ohio, would be happy to pay the shipping, and have a longarm. This would be a great project for a charity quilt for my local quilt guild. I donate several quilts each year. I LOVE the RSC too. Shahann@yahoo.com


  4. I would love to have a chance to win. A girl I work with works with orphanages in other countries and I make scrap quilts, basically throws, for her to take with her when she travels. I live in Utah and would gladly pay all shipping costs so please throw my name into the drawing. I enjoy reading your blog and seeing the pretty quilts you do. Thanks for your generosity and keep on stichin'! jaynejacobson7@gmail.com


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