Well, I completely missed The Sweatshop's report last week - so sorry! I'll try to get back in the swing of regular posting soon....
So what have we been working on for the past two weeks?
This pretty quilt, which I think should be called "Almost Amish", went to a homebound lady that one of our ministry quilters helps out during the week. She loves red, and this quilt has such pretty pops of red on the front, and a totally red back. It made her day!! The top was pieced and donated by the lovely Sharon, and I added borders and quilted it.
This quilt, also pieced by Sharon, found a home this week with a blog friend of quilt ministry member Kelley. Her friend was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and Kelley thought a quilt would brighten up her day a little. I love the little note Kelley's friend sent to her...
I've still got a stack of quilts to get on the frame - I just hope my Juki cooperates!! I'm a little afraid to give it a try, but I need to bite the bullet and do it - we've had five new requests for quilts just this week!
So next week, hopefully I'll be able to say that Tillie was her usual wonderful self on the quilting frame, and we've got lots more quilts all ready to go to their new homes!!
One more thing before I go - be sure to check out Kate's blog, Swim Bike Quilt, for information about this year's 100 Quilts For Kids charity challenge. It's a great cause, and the quilts go to the charity of your choice in your area!