Quilts for Quake Survivors – Shipment

April 25, 2011 at 9:06 pm | Posted in Craftivism, Portland | 4 Comments

Quilts for Quake Survivors - Japan Shipment all quilts!

Unbelievable! These are the 27 quilts that are going out to Japan tomorrow!

1. QfQ Quilt Donations for Japan, 2. QfQ Quilt Donations for Japan, 3. QfQ Quilt Donations for Japan, 4. QfQ Quilt Donations for Japan, 5. QfQ Quilt Donations for Japan, 6. QfQ Quilt Donations for Japan, 7. QfQ Quilt Donations for Japan, 8. QfQ Quilt Donations for Japan, 9. QfQ Quilt Donations for Japan, 10. QfQ Quilt Donations for Japan, 11. QfQ quilts, 12. QfQ quilts, 13. QfQ quilts, 14. QfQ quilts, 15. QfQ quilts, 16. QfQ quilts, 17. QfQ quilts, 18. QfQ quilts, 19. QfQ quilts, 20. IMG_1569, 21. QfQ quilts, 22. IMG_1560, 23. IMG_1555, 24. IMG_1552, 25. IMG_1545, 26. IMG_1537, 27. Quilts for Quake Survivors – Shipment for Japan, 28. QfQ quilts

Thank you everyone who has cut, pieced, sashed, quilted, bound, sent fabric, sent strips and even whole quilt tops with all the ingredients! This certainly was only the first push and the second one follows right after!

All quilts that are finished, donated and sent now, will be listed in our etsy shop for sale with all proceeds going to Mercy Corps and their partner organization Peace Winds in Japan.

The next quilting bee is tomorrow at Modern Domestic from 7-9pm! Please come, chat and sew with us. No need to bring any fabrics – we have plenty of quilts that are well on their way and only need to be machine quilt and bound at this point.

Thanks everyone!

Daniela+Susan

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  1. What lovely quilts! Thanks for coordinating these events for a wonderful cause. I’m still putting the finishing touches on the quilt I’m making and will mail directly to Seven Islands. I’m hoping to finish it by late tonight and mail it tomorrow!

  2. […] Images 23 and 25 are from my quilt tops. I’m so grateful to the Portland women who organized this project, giving us quilters a way to feel we are helping in a tragedy of epic proportions. […]

  3. So proud of you guys — what a great experience it has been to make this quilt. Thank you. xo

    • And how absolutely beautiful your quilt turned out! It will make somebody’s day much brighter I am sure! Love to you!


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