Wednesday, December 21, 2011

What's Cookin' at The Sweatshop, Week #17 - The Year In Review


Hi, all!


Well, we don't have any new quilts to show this week, so I thought I'd show you just a few of the 115 quilts we made and distributed this year....



(this represents only about half of the quilts we made this year...)

Many many thanks to all the hands that participated in our quilt ministry this year - those who sorted, pieced, quilted, and delivered, and those who donated fabric, scraps, blocks, WIPs and UFOs.  This quilt ministry would not have touched nearly as many lives without each one of you!!  I can't wait to see what we accomplish in the coming year........





Hugs!


Sarah

12 comments:

  1. wowee, so very cool. Beautiful quilts. What a great program!

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  2. Just lovely ladies. I look forward to assisting again next year. Just delivered the last of our Christmas Wish quilts to flood victims today.

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  3. This was such a joy to look at. I look forward to seeing next year's quilts! :) Merry Christmas!!

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  4. Wow....that's an amazing amount of beautiful quilts.

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  5. A hundred and fifteen!!! Wow, that's an incredible feat of accomplishment. Such beauties too! Merry Christmas!

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  6. Good Golly Miss Molly!!!! 112 !!! Hard working group of ladies. Thanks for letting me be a small part of a wonderful and touching ministry.

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  7. The thing I love best about your ministry quilts is that they don't look like charity quilts. Each one is a wonderful design. The colors are beautiful. Each one is made with the same care and love you would use to make a quilt for a loved family member. As I look at each one, I see many patterns I would love to try. I look forward to seeing the next year of these wonderful quilts.
    Isn't it fun to create these photo collages?

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  8. Now that is a quilt show! You and your buddies sure make some beauties.
    Merry Christmas to you all!

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  9. Sarah thank you so much for being a reader to Amish Stories, and id like to wish you and your family a merry Christmas. Richard

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  10. What a great year you have had, in spite of the not so great year that you have had. Thanks for keeping a smiling face all the time. :)

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  11. Your ministry has done some beautiful work this year ~ both visually and spiritually.

    Merry Christmas!

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