Quilts were meant for sharing.
I've been noodling about quilts. Women who make them. Women who need them. Quilts, especially those that are handcrafted, are really just a giant hug for anyone who wraps one around herself.
Perhaps by stitching quilts, we’re comforting ourselves, too, because the whole concept of what has happened in
I'd like to do a "quilt drive", for lack of a better term, and get quilts to the women, children, men (we don’t discriminate here) in
I’ve been talking to my friend, Rebecca. I know many of you follow her blog. Rebecca returned home from
When I presented the idea of sending stacks and stacks handcrafted quilts to
So. Without further ado…let’s Quilt
Rebecca is planning a trip back to
If you’d like to be involved, simply leave a comment here. Please be sure to include your email address, so I can contact you with the details.
I am so excited about this! And I hope you are, too. I’m working on getting a blog button uploaded (thanks to my pal Monica for giving of her creative and technical talents). I’m having my own technical issues, but as soon as I get it together, I’ll have buttons for you all to put on your blogs. In the meantime, don’t be shy, spread the word. What the world needs now, is quilts, love, and more quilts. And more love.
Send quilts. Send love. Pass it on.