Enough Quilt Blocks were handmade by members of the Rotarian Fellowship of Quilters and Fiber Artists to make 2 large queen sized quilts for the L.A. Convention in June 2008. After the convention the quilts will be used as fundraisers. This is truly an International endeavor, with quilt blocks contributed by members from Australia, Canada, England, Germany, India, and all over the United States. There is even one block made in honor of Young Ja Lee, wife of 2008-09 RI President D.K. Lee.

The photos here show the assembly of the quilt blocks into the 2 quilt tops which will be machine quilted. In February 2008, Diana Barden and Kathy Herder were invited to the Palm Springs, California home of member Cheryl Minshew to make one of the quilts. The second quilt is being constructed with the expert hands of Phyllis Giersch in her home in Madera, California USA.