Sunday, June 4, 2017

Hands2Help - Something to Share...


Hi, all!

Ok, it's Sunday, and I confess I don't know what to do with myself - last week was supposed to be the last H2H post for the year, but I got some pictures this week I really wanted to share with you!!




These pictures came from Rebecca at the International Institute St. Louis, and shows some of the quilts they have received, in place in new housing for refugees.  You guys done good!!!


Emily has been putting together gift bags containing the quilts sent for Quilty Hugs for Happy Chemo, too - she adds a note telling how much love went into the making of their quilt!



And Amanda has been sharing pictures of the quilts she's received on Instagram - look at all those beauties!!

I am SO PROUD of you all!!!


Hugs!

Sarah
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17 comments:

  1. Quilts on beds, with other goodies there, and one room, looks like it is for Mum and Dad, and a cot for the baby too, what a joyous welcome they will have.

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  2. I know these quilts will put smiles on faces not just once, but over and over. Thanks again for hosting such a great quilt drive.

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  3. This is just so fun to see. I hope I can join in next year!

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  4. The quilts make the rooms look inviting, rather than a plain white room. Glad to have participated in H2H again this year. Looking forward to 2018.

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  5. How marvelous. Thanks for putting this wonderful event together!

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  6. This just warms my heart!! What sizes are most favorable? Such beautiful quilts and coziness to the room!

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  7. Sweet!!! What great photos :-)

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  8. So worth seeing these pictures. I will certainly plan on participating again next year.

    Thanks for all you do.

    Mary D

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  9. Oh, Sarah, how absolutely wonderful! I love the last graphic- I saved it. You have put a mountain of work into the whole challenge- I can't imagine how you kept all the sponsors and gifts straight. I just received my A Quilter lives here coasters. I am humbled to be part of the whole process. Bravo for all your time, diligence, patience, perseverance, and grace!

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  10. Sarah, what lovely quilts. I am sure they put smiles on faces of those who received them. I live in Greece but I would love to participate next year. Let's hope I can make it.

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  11. Great to see these photos. Hands 2 Help is so worthy, and much gratefulness is due to you for organizing the event every year. It is such a good feeling to help others, isn't it? Blessings.

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  12. great job in giving...inspirational for sure

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  13. Sarah, thank you so much for sharing those pictures. They show there is still so much hope & love left in the world.

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  14. AWESOME...Wonderful! Heartwarming! So many hours of love to make the quilts...and from those who have facilitated the quilt's journeys to their special destinations!! =D

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  15. How good to see the quilts on the beds they make the room so welcoming which is exactly what the refugees need

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  16. So wonderful to see the quilts in use as they were intended!

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  17. I wish I could put a whole stream of smiling and heart emojis right here! My heart is full and I'm most definitely smiling to see all our quilts "in action," helping to give warmth and comfort. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity to serve!

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