Extra Quick & Easy Quilt for Charity by Valerie Nesbitt

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Extra Quick & Easy Quilt for Charity by Valerie Nesbitt

This quilt was designed as a result of the appeal for 5,000 to cover the Hampden Park Football Stadium for the Alzheimer Scotland Charity.

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Details of the Charity Appeal

This quilt has been designed as a result of the appeal made by Ann Hill for 5,000 quilts (each 40″ square) that are needed to cover the Hampden Park Football Stadium  in Glasgow and it is to help raise awareness of Alzheimers – which is such a dreadful illness and affects so many families.   The quilts will be used both by the families themselves and for fundraising.

The deadline to get the quilts to Ann is 31st May 2013.

You can get more information and the address to send your completed quilt (which needs to have a little label please containing your name, date and town/country where you are from)  from Ann Hill at www.annhillquilter.co.uk

Alzheimer Scotland at www.alzscot.org

Quilt Project, Scottish Football Museum, Hampden Park

www.scottishfootballmuseum.org.uk

More about the Quilt:

This is a really quick and very easy quilt to make;  you don’t have to worry about the seam allowance – as you will be measuring and making everything fit!

Use of the rotary cutter and trimming back is the secret of accuracy with today’s equipment.

Workshop Notes:  click here

You can see other examples in the blog section of the site (as well as some with lovely labels!)

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