Sunday, September 1, 2013


Hi all - just a quick post - I am packing up charity quilts today - 23 of them.  A few I made from the start - some others were tops sent to me for quilting - I've been working on this batch a while - probably a year and a half... but now they are ready to be packed up and handed off to the regional "gatherer" of these quilts.

After having a label added, they will go to the Rotary warehouse in San Francisco where they will join the medical team of Rotoplast on a medical mission to a third world country, and they will be given to a child who is undergoing facial reconstructive surgery - often cleft palate... they come out of surgery wrapped in a snuggly blanket.

Want to learn more about Wrap A Smile?  You can visit the Sunshine Online Guild here - Sunshine has adopted Wrap A Smile as their project - heck, you can join us - make a block, make a quilt, quilt a top, participate in most any way you want.

Your heart will sing when you see a photo like this one.

Can you see how much those quilts 'warm up' that room?  And yes, the quilts go home with the children and their mothers.

I should quit typing and go back to work...


1 comment:

Elaine Adair said...

What a bunch of lovely quilts - good job to you and all the helpers for this worthy cause!

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