Another Wednesday, and time to recap what we've been working on for the quilt ministry this week! It's been busy, although April wasn't quite as busy as March. We've got five quilts to share today, though....
This cute I-spy quilt is going to a little 4-year old boy who just had surgery on both hips. I believe Meagan pieced the center of this quilt, and I added borders to it before quilting it.
This sweet little quilt, put together by Joanna, is going to a new baby girl born recently in our church. It's so nice to see the babies show up at church sporting their quilts!
This gorgeous batik quilt came to us as an anonymous donation, completely finished! It now belongs to a gentleman who was recently diagnosed with cancer...
And this beautiful quilt, from the same anonymous donor, has been given to an older gentleman recently diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. He also has signs of cancer in his spine, and is currently undergoing radiation treatments.
And this cheerful quilt started with a flimsy donated by Kate; I added borders and did the quilting. I just love her string hearts! This quilt is going to a young single mom who is dealing with pancreatic cancer. We hope that all those beautiful hearts remind her that there are people who love and care for her!
And for those of you who requested a tutorial on this string block, Kate says you can see it here!
The quilt ministry will be moving into its new space at church in the next week - we're so excited! It'll be quite a job getting everything over there and organized, but so worth it when it's done. I've been taking pictures so I'll be able to share later - then you can enjoy our new space with us!
Thanks again to all of you who support this ministry through your donations! We truly couldn't do all we do without you!