This year was a bit different. First, the main body of the quilt top was donated by a church member's mother, so no blocks had to be made. We just added borders, layered, and quilted the quilt. This is what this year's quilt looks like:
It is a star sampler quilt in Christmas fabric, which I have named Ruby's Christmas Star, after the woman who made it. It's twin-sized, and I will attempt to take and post pictures of the quilting in a later post. We got quite elaborate with some of the quilting.
In January of this year, one of the coordinators of our church's MOPS program, asked if the women there could make some blocks for the auction quilt during their craft time one day. I had to tell her that we were not making the main body of the quilt, so we decided that they would piece a child's quilt instead. So, the following quilt was hand pieced and then tied (thanks to my friend Maureen). You have seen some pictures of this quilt previously - as I griped about the panel earlier this year.