What does love look like? It must look like all these quilts. It comes in all different colors, all different shapes, sizes and its different from person to person. These wonderful people came together over the course of a few months and made 17 quilts. My heart is filled and warmed with the compassion and kindness the following people have given: Veronika Craig Burgess, Liane Koehl Robert Koehl Laurie Kobeszko, Ellen Crosbie, Tom Daurio Nancy Daurio. Without your help this never would have been possible. They have given time many weekends over the past few months to make 17, yep that's right *17* quilts. One was given to a local person recovering from a horrific accident. One is on the frame being quilted now. Two will be for Michelle Daurio Sacchitello for Relay for Life, 6 will go for Happy Chemo, and eight will go locally to Sage Cancer Center here in McHenry (including the one on the frame). For those in looking to find goodness in this world, look no further, it's right here with these people in my front yard. Thanks to Sarah at Confession of a Fabric Addict for hosting. I record setting year!!
Congratulations! That really is a whole lot of love. Wonderful job!ReplyDelete
Awesome job! You are bringing lots of comfort and love to many.ReplyDelete
that is awesome I couldn't contribute a quilt this year as I was helping out our local library raise money and gave them several quilts for a silent auction. I think it is wonderful that quilts help so many - great job!ReplyDelete
This is my favorite picture and post....yes...so much love!!ReplyDelete
WOW!! Excellent job - how fun to work with so many creative people. Look at all of those wonderful quilts!ReplyDelete
Kudos to you for donating your time to such a worthy cause!!ReplyDelete
It is so great to see you quilting (and blogging) again. I love that solid quilt very much!ReplyDelete