Quilts handed over to the Refuge Quilt made from shirting material plus plain blue cotton. A quilt made from hand-pieced 9-square blocks, sashed and completed by machine. Quilt enhanced with crocheted flowers Made from donated squares and triangles Another quilt made from donated squares and triangles. Knitted blanket backed with fleece A bright quilt using up odd bits and pieces A children’s quilt. The cats came from some old curtain material. A blanket made on a peg loom and donated by a friend [not member] of the group. A crocheted baby blanket. Crocheted blanket in scrummy colours. We made cushions from spare blocks that didn’t get used in the quilts. A quilt for an elephant lover. A medallion quilt. The real thing has much more vibrant colours. A group quilt, mostly hand-stitched. All made from scraps of shirting material. Stunning stars. More cats, made from the same curtains as before. A quilt with pockets for precious things. Cushions made using a variety of techniques. A picture wall showing ‘creatures that fly’. A quilt making use of some applique hearts that were surplus to requirements. A quilt to brighten any bedroom. An old duvet cover upcycled.