|A seal makes a photobomb, source, Vegan Outreach|
Can you even believe how cute this photo is? You know, there is always one in every crowd! Just has to be the smartest person in the room!
All right lets talk about service projects. If you belong to a stitching group or a quilt guild you are likely aware of the need in your community for donated quilts. Quilts to warm and comfort and let the recipient know that someone who does not know them or even know their specific circumstances has donated time, resources and kindness to help them along. Our guild donates yearly to three specific groups who have expressed need. This year the Ladies of the Cloth Tuesday stitching group (formerly and sometimes named the Sew and Sews) have branched out a bit to support a needs program in a local school district desperate for assistance. This has been a great project for this time of year since we have been nearly housebound with bitter cold temperatures, snow and ice. As a secondary benefit we are sorting out lots of fabric that we have accumulated in our respective stash (s) and putting them to good use.
We frequently have left over when doing a project like this. The little quilt will be destined for a small child. These colors will work well for a boy or a girl, they are essentially neutral.
Thursday, March 12, 2015
The Service Quilt, The Ladies of the Cloth Get to Work! PartOne.
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