Today, my studio time was spent cutting scraps into usable pieces for the string quilt project. Not really worthy of a photograph. I loaded the above quilt on Priscilla and started quilting when my knee decided to let me know there would be no standing or walking around for the rest of the day. After ice, rest, and an extra dose of Univera RegenaCare (a miracle I believe), it is better, but I am still resting it. Needless to say, the quilt did not get finished. Maybe tomorrow. But I digress from the subject of my post today.
I am so impressed with the way quilters rally together to help others in times of need. When Sarah over at Confessions of a Fabric Addict called for quilts to be sent to poverty stricken families in Romania, bunches of you responded. When another quilter lost her teenage son, so many of you responded by sending her heart blocks. Tsunami victims in Japan received hundreds of quilts lovingly donated by so many of you. Hundred of you have made mini quilts to raise money for Alzheimer's research. I am honored to be a part of this giving group. I just wanted to let you know about two more opportunities where you can help others in need.
Thanks for taking the time to stop by and read this post. Thank you for considering helping in these projects. Every little bit makes a difference.
Have a wonderful weekend, and joyful quilting,