Another Project


Posted on August 12th, by Amy in Quilts 4 Cancer. 4 comments

I was recently searching for local shops online and found Elaine’s Quilt Block. While on their site I discovered quilt kits for cancer patients. I managed to get to Salt Lake and pick one up! It is complete with pattern and backing fabric – should be no trouble at all :)
And it is Funky Monkey fabric! Really cute – needless to say I am excited to work on this project :)






4 thoughts on “Another Project

  1. 1
    melissa s. says:

    what a great idea to pre-package the quilt. the monkey fabric is perfect! BTW – i love that ‘blackbird’ song on your song list. i’ve been singing it to my kids as a bedtime song since they were tiny babies.

  2. 2
    Thimbleanna says:

    I’m finally trying to catch up a bit. You’ve certainly been busy! I love your little pinwheel blocks…love them! And I can’t wait to see the cancer quilt that you make — I love that fabric!

  3. 3
    Marrdy says:

    You say no trouble at all like making a quilt is an easy thing. I wonder if someone who isn’t very domestic or crafty could make one? I am pretty good with yarn and a hook, but I don’t think I have the patience for a quilt. I am in awe of you!

  4. 4
    tipper says:

    What a wonderful idea!

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