This week is the second week of my two-week special series for National Foster Care Awareness Month in May.
The idea of today’s tutorial is that it is a quick and simple quilt to make, yet beautiful and perfect to donate.
My Inside Out Quilt measures 48” x 60” which is the perfect size to go in a Comfort Cases bag for a teen.
It is super quick to make because there is no binding, and instead we sew the quilt top and backing together and turn it inside out!
I would love for you to join me in making a quilt to donate to Comfort Cases, to find out more click here.
Everyone that donates a quilt can enter my giveaway which includes an Oliso Mini Project Iron, fabric from Anna Maria Horner or a book, depending on your location. For more info click here.
HOW TO MAKE AN INSIDE OUT QULT
Get my free instructions with material requirements click here.
Watch my YouTube video tutorial which shows you exactly how to make an Inside Out Quilt that is perfect to donate.
Thank you so much for joining me in making a quilt to donate to Comfort Cases for children in foster care.
Don’t forget to print out my PDF (found here) and write a note to Comfort Cases so we know how many quilts we donated for National Foster Care Month in May.