Friday, April 16, 2021

Can I Get a Whoop Whoop? Lots of Beautiful H2H Quilts!

Hi, all!

It's a beautiful spring Friday, and we all know what that means - it's time for us to get our whoop whoop on!  I've got something a little different this week - I'll be sharing the non-blogging H2H participants' quilt progress, which is definitely something worth whooping about!  So let's get started....


These two quilts were made by Linda C., and will be going to Quilty Hugs for Happy Chemo...

These two were made by Dee F. for Little Lambs and Quilty Hugs for Happy Chemo, respectively.

These three are from Stephanie in Western Australia...

Stacks from Growing Up Modern by Allison Harris

Row Houses from one of Judy Gauthier's scrap books

RSC inspired by Film In The Fridge

Suzanne C. shared her progress shots - four baby quilts cut out and ready to sew up, and a flimsy that will be for a local Hometown Hero!

Yvonne J. shared these three progress shots...

These two are from Cathy B. in Ontario, Canada.  The first is going to Victoria's Quilts Canada. The second is her "hometown heroes" quilt, a little different  - it's a fidget quilt for a local boy with Down Syndrome and a cochlear implant who was diagnosed with COVID but fortunately pulled through.  Isn't it adorable?

Erin D. made this beauty for Quilty Hugs for Happy Chemo...

Michelle P. made this lovely string quilt...

Carol S. has been busy busy busy, with one quilt for Covered in Love, six for Little Lambs, and seven for Quilty Hugs for Happy Chemo!

Doris M. made these two for Covered in Love...

Becky M. has also been a busy beaver - here are pictures of just some of the quilts she has donated to Covered In Love!

What a wonderful array of quilts and quilts-in-progress!  It makes my heart sing to see all the beautiful work being done in the name of Hands2Help.  Keep up the good work!!

And now I have my own little whoop-worthy moment...

I have a new oven!! And it's so much fun to use - it does all kinds of things I've never had before.  The microwave oven can also act as a convection oven, as can the regular oven.  The warming drawer will also act as a slow cooker.  It's got so many bells and whistles I'm actually going to have to read the manual!! 

So - - - can I (and all those fabulous H2Hers!) get a whoop whoop?


And now it's your turn!

What's got you whooping it up this week?

What's making you do a little happy dance?

Share! We want to dance right along with you,

And it's always more fun to dance with friends!

The party will stay open until Sunday midnight.

Hope to see you there!




  1. Fantastic collection of wonderful quilts.

  2. How wonderful, so many lovely quilts for charity!

  3. Love the 'quilt show'! Such inspiration! The new oven looks like a great appliance! Enjoy.

  4. What wonderful stitchers! All those donation quilts! Make my heart full! ( I love your over too!)
    Stay safe and sew on !

  5. Those are a lot of beautiful quilts! And you're new oven sounds amazing!

  6. Sooo many wonderful quilts!!! Everyone is AWESOME.

  7. WOW! What a lovely parade of gorgeous quilts. Bravo everyone! I have a lot to Whoop Whoop about too but not as much as you! A new OVEN!! I'm jealous. ;^)

  8. Those quilts are all fantastic, Sarah, and congratulations on your new oven(s)!!!

  9. Wonderful quilt show. WOW! Your new stove looks amazing. What kind is it? Never knew they had anything like it. Dar in No.

  10. Wonderful cheerful quilts, Sarah. A whoop whoop to all. Thank you for sharing and for hosting the link party.


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