The Kindness Project: Mystery quilt top is complete

This past weekend, I enjoyed time outdoors in the sunshine with my family. The weather was nice enough to complete some spring yard work and talk to the neighbors . . . from a safe social distance of course. I also found just enough time at the sewing machine to finish my quilt top for The Kindness Project.

If you had time to read my earlier posts, you\’ll know that The Kindness Project was a mystery quilt sew-along hosted by Sweet Treasures Quilts. The goal was to sew a quilt to gift to someone affected by the COVID-19 outbreak or someone who has served as a hero during this time.

I haven’t decided who my recipient will be yet, but I look forward to brightening someone’s day with this quilt. Now I just have to decide if I’ll quilt it myself or send it off to be quilted.

My progress (and finish) this past weekend followed the Day 4 & 5 instructions from Terri, the shop owner of Sweet Treasures Quilts.  I’ve included Terri’s instructions at the bottom of this post.

If you didn’t sew along with us, that is just fine.  All of the instructions are free from Sweet Treasures Quilts, and you could sew on a schedule that works for you! All of the information (fabric selection, fabric requirements, block instructions) for this mystery sew along is available through social media on the Sweet Treasures Facebook page and the Sweet Treasures Instagram feed.

Many thanks to Terri at Sweet Treasures Quilts. Writing a fresh, fun pattern and hosting a sew along is a lot of work, and I appreciate her generous spirit as she led us on this journey. The quilting community is filled with such wonderful people, and Terri is one of the best!

Stay home, stay safe and get carried away quilting!


Day 4 Instructions, courtesy of Sweet Treasures Quilts





Day 5 Instructions, courtesy of Sweet Treasures Quilts









7 thoughts on “The Kindness Project: Mystery quilt top is complete

  1. Oh Taunja, your quilt top is so pretty, I love the fabrics you used, Amazing and lovely. I love this pattern I wish I was sewing along, but I will save it. This is so very generous of Terri to create and share this pattern!!!!

  2. that quilt sure turned out so beautiful!! I love the blues of the Nest line (it is from that line, isn't it?)I've been busy sewing masks and trying out different mask patterns, so I didn't do this quilt, but now that I see it done, It sure is tempting me! 🙂 Hugs, and stay well!

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