I arranged to drop off Quilty Hug Quilts and have started sharing them again. For a long time I wondered about not being in the moment when a quilt is given. It’s taken me 2 1/2 years to come to terms with this. In the end just knowing my quilts get to a cancer patient is enough. I have grieved over this enough. I guess this is also part of my grieving process from loosing my husband to cancer 2 1/2 years ago. It’s time to move on…. So today I dropped off these quilts.
North Carolina. Active quilter and long armer. If it’s scrappy I love it!
- North Carolina. An active quilter and long armer. Give me a quilt and watch it come to life as I stitch it!
Friday, June 18, 2021
A Quilty Update
The quilt on the right was made by Kitty at Alefthandedquilter. Thank you Kitty. I backed it with very fun flannel. Chemo patient’s often get very cold when receiving treatment.
I have two more very close to finishes that will probably get delivered next week. Then I can see what tops I have to quilt. Believe me there are plenty!
I am so glad to get going again on this project that is near and dear to my heart ❤️