Of course that isn't the way I left it. I used a bright blue Sulky Premium thread (oh how I am so impressed by Sulky thread...I had not one breakage, no bird nesting and a bobbin of it seemed to last forever) to sew a blanket stitch on all 4 sides.
When I finished that, I completed the quilt with stitch in the ditch stitching across the 3 rows and then down the middle. It was really easy to do and if I feel like it, I may do 2 more this coming week-end.The fat quarters were donated to me just over a year ago by the wonderfully talented Margarita McManus over at Crazy Shortcut Quilts: http://www.crazyshortcutquilts.com/margueritas-blog/
I finished the back with someblue and white flannel fabric I have had for several years and will deliver it to Lindsay Kargbo tomorrow at chuch after work. This now makes a grand total of 4 quilts down and 51 more to go.
As you can tell, these quilts really do not need to be elaborate, but I try to make each one unique since these orphans are blind and only have their sense of touch. I have used many different things to help with their tactical sense...Corduroy/buttons, fuzzy yarn...if you want to help, use your imagination & make it durable.
All of us have something everyday to be thankful for and I am hoping some of my readers step up to the plate and say...let me help, I can do this!