If you want to know more about this project, go to the starter post here and join the Flickr group here. If you click here you can find all the hard core information you need including shipping address, quilt size guide, kids' ages, timescale etc. This week, two calls for blocks were made in the group. the first was by Judith Needles and Lemons, calling for 8 1/2" simple log cabin blocks. For specific block and fabric requirements, click here. Judith gave as an example this Flea Market Fancy log cabin quilt made by Natalie from Greenleaf Goods who explains more about it in her blogpost here.
Nicolette Dutchcomfort (and many others) has made a few of these squares already:
Then Trudi Quilting Prolifically posted in the group with a request for granny squares. Click here to find out exact block and fabric requirements. Katy's quilt gives you an idea of the sort of thing Trudi is aiming to make:
More quilts and WIPs have been appearing in the Flickr group pages including this teal and ash quilt made by Charlotte:
And this Tumbling Little Apples quilt top made by Kelly:
Jennifer in the US has the fabric but not the time and so is offering a whole variety of fabric stacks from her stash for people to use if they have the time but not the fabric.
Kate from M is for Make got together with Karen Blueberry Park. Karen chose fabrics from Kate's shop to make into a quilt. Here is the set she chose.
Michael Oakshott emailed me as soon as the post went up last week to say that Oakshott would be sending a pair of these City Lights shot cotton quilts. Since he and I both have twins, we both love the idea - as I know many of you do - of matching quilts for siblings.
When I pressed "publish" on the original post last week I emailed Delma and said, "here goes nothing" clearly forgetting for a few brief moments the overwhelming generosity of quilters all around the world.