Monday, October 29, 2018

Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home by Pauline M. Dubick-Hazard of E. Patchogue, NY for the Heart of the Home Project

Friday, October 12, 2018

Article and Reader Challenge in Quilting Arts Magazine

I was thrilled to be asked to write an article about artists giving back about The House Quilt Project. Quilt artist and house quilt contributor also wrote an ‘how to’ article. And a Reader Challenge where subscribers can make Heart of the Home House Quilts and send them to the magazine to be considered for publication. All house quilts will be sent to me to give to Furnishing Hope, who will in turn hang them in the houses and apartments that they furnish for women and children transitioning out of homelessness.

The wall quilts measure 14x14 square. 

Here are some of Laurie Russman’s whimsical and colorful wall quilts for the Heart of the Home project

Here’s me delivering house quilts to Furnishing Hope

Reader Challenge for Quilting Arts Magazine! Make a difference in the life of a family getting back on their feet by making a Heart of the Home house quilt. Reader challenge quilts due December 7, 2018. Click on the photo to see it larger for more information. 

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Art Quilt Club at Village Quilter, New Jersey

Such happy mail today from Mt. Holly, New Jersey! Patriotic house quilt made by Gretchen Birdsall


Patriotic house quilt made by Marjorie Gavitt from Mont Clare, PA

Heart of the Home house quilt made by Susan Wenger

Heart of the Home house quilt made by Susan Morrison

Heart of the Home house quilt made by Cindy Cope

Heart of the Home house quilt made by Vivian Lewis

Heart of the Home house quilt made by Barbara Piperno of Pennsauken, New Jersey

Thank you ever so much!

Friday, May 25, 2018

Bright, Whimsical and Fun

Heart of the Home house quilts by Laurie Russman of Neon Kitty Quilts. Love the colors! 

Friday, January 26, 2018

Heart of the Home

This week I decided to make some house quilts for Heart of the Home. I know that Furnishing Hope is running low on house quilts for this particular project.

It was nice to have some time inbetween deadlines to just sit down and make these for women and children who are transitioning out of homelessness. They are 14” square

I hope they will inspire makers to create one or two for this project.

I love bright colors and these fabrics were perfect for these wall quilts

I will post more next week. Thank you for visiting The House Quilt Project blog!