When we were in charge of the Pack Family reunion in 2011, we decided to do a fundraiser auction after dinner to help pay for the costs of the reunion. We sold raffle tickets for .50 each and made over $400.00 for the fund from the quilt alone. That night we raised about $1200.00 total. Since it was so successful, it was decided to carry the tradition on each year. This is the quilt I did for the 2012 reunion which was finished just weeks after the 2011 one because I had leftover fabric from that one. Then it sat around while I did customer quilts. Anne Bright came out with the perfect set of patterns just in time. They were called Grooving! So fun. My great niece, 8 year old "Amelia Payne" won the raffle and I have never seen anyone so excited.
These patterns are from the Anne Bright's "Grooving"