Friday, June 17, 2011

The Strings that Bind

When I wasn't teaching classes in Panguitch I was begging and bribing people to make simple string blocks for Happy Chemo. I was blesses ans one lady made a whole row.  Mika, a ten year old girl, who was friends with Dani and Bri from my class made three.  And because people were so generous with their time and talents Iwas able to make this quilt top.
 
Plus I have enough quilt blocks to almost make another.  Thank you to everyone who helped!  I know this quilt will bring comfort to someone in need.  And all the other orphan blocks, fabric, and batting that were donated and the groups that have now caught the vision of Happy Chemo and are busy making more quilts for this good cause will soon have the quiltometer on the rise.

10 comments:

  1. That is beautiful. What a great job they did.

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  2. It's a pretty one, Mika will love the quilty hug!
    :-}pokey

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  3. This quilt says Happiness all over it.

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  4. How beautiful and filled with love. This says "I'm healing and I'm loved."

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  5. What a happy looking quilt top Em!! Nothing like having a bit of a helping hand to get those blocks done! Good for those that took part! 8-)

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  6. What a lovely and colorful quilt! Some one is going to love this!!!

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  7. Love the quilt. What a great story and cause.

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  8. how very special that quilt is (& all of them) good work!!

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  9. Beautiful quilt! Where could I find the pattern?

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