I have already collected enough blocks for about 7 quilts, which is amazing. I've also been given pre-made binding for many more, for which I'm very grateful - it cuts down the time it takes to pull together a complete quilt substantially. In fact, I think I have so much binding now that I probably don't need any more at this time.
The two quilts in this post are the ones I have already assembled from the blocks sent in by lovely kind internet friends, and collected from the generous members of Capital Quilters. However, I reckon there are still orphan blocks floating around out there that would just love to find their way into a quilt for a child in need.
Finally, if you don't have time before 1 April 2017, or you're in a location that makes sending blocks to New Zealand prohibitively expensive, please consider contributing QAYG blocks to Alison's Soy Amado Quilts project. You can find all the information here.