Classic block finish for disaster

Classic Block this month is actually 2: Snowball and 9 patch
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I started with a couple blocks and fabric from my stash to try out the tutorial

The top went together pretty fast.
The whole while I am doing this I am thinking this will be a quilt to go the disaster relief quilt drive for Beaver Creeks tornado families.
I finished in the afternoon and only a few hours later more weather disasters. Lots of devastation! 
Beaver Creek story
Pilger twin tornado story
One of my guilds 'The Omaha Modern quilt guild'  is working with Quilts of Compassion to provide storm touched families with quilts. For more information you can go to
"Cerulean Sky"
46" x 64"
stash fabrics
Wavy line walking foot quilting
Scrappy back
A little bit of beauty and surprise. I have never tried to grow calla lilies but this one wants to bloom before it is even up out of the leaves.
linking up with Fabric Tuesday at Quilt story here
Crazy mom Quilts Finish Friday HERE


Jean said…
Very pretty quilt! It will make someone very happy!
Jen said…
You are so fast! Great color choices for this quilt. I'm sure whoever gets it will love it. Your clematis is so pretty! I haven't tried to grow calla lilies, but they are beautiful too.
Wendy said…
gorgeous quilt and for a wonderful cause
What a pretty quilt - love how the two blocks go together to make such a neat design - and for a wonderful cause, too :)!! Lovely quilting!
How pretty! Love the fabrics you chose. Really a big impact for just two simple blocks.
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