There were lots of additional panels, and two more large pieces that can be used as backing material for other quilts.
There are several quilts in the remaining boxes. I haven't measured them yet, but they all appear to be at least queen size quilts. I had my hubby help me, and as you can tell the quilts exceeded his arm span.
Lets take a look at the quilt tops.
This quilt was a panel that Becky cut the blocks out of and sashed back together. The focus block is a cute picture of a couple of cats in a farm setting. As you can see Hawkeye really wanted to be friends with the kitties.
This quilt is a hand appliqued quilt that Becky called the Dahlia quilt. Each flower is unique and a different color. The purple sashing was the perfect touch for it, but might prove to be a challenge for me.... it may end up being bound in white.
Becky's talents were far ranging! As you can see she was able to create this beautiful lone star quilt. I have done one of these, but I cheated and used a quilt smart panel. Becky did this one the old fashion way....and did a wonderful job of it.
And last but not least we have a darling Sue Bonnet Sue. Each one appliqued on a white block by hand. Sashed in blue, and do you see the border with prairie points? I will have to put my thinking cap on when it comes time to quilt this quilt top. I am pretty much and edge to edge quilter, and I will admit that I tend to pick fairly fast and simple designs on the Iowa Comfort quilts. I will probably have to rethink that plan with this one.
I probably will not get to the quilting these quilts until after the first of the year. I have several in line before them. I am pretty sure these quilts will reside with the center and be placed on one of their many beds. I think it will be a wonderful tribute to Becky that her hard work and love of quilting will bring warmth and comfort to someone in need of a little TLC.
I would like to thank Becky's husband and the Faith Lutheran Woman's Auxiliary for the wonderful donation! I have no doubt that these quilts will bring a smile to many over the next several years.