Saturday, January 2, 2010

This is what generosity looks like

As you will know by now, our Stitchin' Mission quilts are destined to wrap around the little ones at the KU Marcia Burgess Autism Specific Early Learning and Care Centre at Liverpool in Sydney's south west.
Margaret, the Director of the kindy, has a wonderful vision. She would like to compile an album for the children where they can flip through and see the faces of all our generous quiltmakers. How touching is that.

So I'm trying very hard to get a photo of every Stitchin' Mission quiltmaker with her quilt.

Not everyone attended the actual course at St Mark's, when I took photos of all our quilters on the final day. So today's Sydney Scquilters monthly gathering at the Blue Gum was a great opportunity to photograph some of these other quilters.

Robbie with her sunshine yellow Noah's Ark quilt.

Lyn with dotty and girly Disappearing Nine Patches.

Marilyn with a boy's quilt that's certain to become a favourite for some little man.

and Pennie with a perfectly pink quilt for a Princess!

Thanks a million, girls!

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  1. Robbie, Lyn, Marilyn, and Pennie... you gals are wonderfully generous! The kids will be so happy to get such bright, fun quilts. Super!

  2. Di,
    Those quilts are gorgeous. Love to see Moo wearing one!!!


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