Sunday, May 31, 2015

Blessing Quilts and Baby Blankets


http://www.with-heart-and-hands.com/2015/05/blessing-quits-and.html


http://www.with-heart-and-hands.com/2015/05/blessing-quits-and.html

Shown above:
6 completed projects for Alexia's Cozy Covers donations for foster babies and children
4 quilts pieced and/or quilts with backings also selected and sized and ready to be finished over the summer and into the fall for either Alexia's or the Mid-Valley Quilt Guild.

Michele Bilyeu blogs With Heart and Hands as she shares a quilting journey from Alaska to Oregon with thousands of free Quilting, Sewing, and Crafting Patterns and Tutorials. Help change the world, one little quilt, art quilt, and prayer flag at a time!

5 comments:

  1. You are driven...nothing wrong with that at all...you do good...nothing wrong with that..You lift folks up...sounds good to me...so drive on....it is a good thing!! Hugs

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  2. Yes you are driven! but it's a glorious and wonderful thing that you do! You constantly amaze me and inspire me (though I've yet to make a charity quilt)... but it IS on my bucket list for 2015.... I mostly would love to make quilts for hospitals to give to the families of loved ones who are passing..... to put over their loved one and comfort them as they move on to their new home. I still have the "comfort quilt" that was put over my son in the hospital who died in 2009, and I cherish that quilt more than anything! Keep on driving..... it's God driven.

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  3. Nothing wrong with being driven, especially when it means helping others. I guess we both could be called driven because the more quilts I give away, the better I feel. There is just something about touching others lives with a quilt made in love and with prayer. Keep on being driven. Hugs

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  4. I am not as good at my charity quilts as you are, but they are a part of my life and I don't have to worry if the recipient will love it because I am God guided.

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  5. Você faz um lindo trabalho. Parabéns pela dedicação.
    Um abraço,
    Conchê (São Paulo-Brasil)

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Michele Bilyeu blogs "With Heart and Hands" as she journeys between Douglas, Alaska and Salem, Oregon.