Monday, March 21, 2011

Charity Quilts and feeling a little under the weather



The lovely bright yellow quilt has left my place today and is on it's way to a new home up north near Ingham, a young family lost everything in the cyclone and still has flooding, the Dad also lost his job due to Yasi.

The quilt was donated by another blogger Ann and all I had to do was bind it, Ann was in Darwin at the time of Cyclone Tracey in 1974... thank you Ann.

I have also quilted another three quilts and they will be gifted as soon as they are bound.

7 comments:

Deidre said...

Love the bright quilt.
Is everything alright? Workiing too hard?

Fiona said...

I am sorry to hear that you are not feeling well Christine - You have been doing an awful lot lately - Sounds like you ned a good rest hun.

Hugs - Fee X

Jessica said...

I hope you feel better soon.
The quilt is beautiful!

Val said...

That quilt is lovely. The family should love it. You are very thoughtful.

stufenzumgericht said...

Liebe Christine,
ist es nicht wundervoll, wie wir dank unseres Hobbys Wärme und Hoffnung in vernähter Form verschenken können!? Danke auch dir, dass du bei der Japan-Quilt-Aktion mitmachst und selbst einen Aufruf gestartet hast.
Herzlichst, Martina

Lyn said...

Hello Christine, hope you pick up soon...lovely gifted quilt...Hugs Lyn

chrisee said...

Just been catching up on your blog...just wondering do you have any tips re freighting the charity quilts....our guild has a few to send off and just wondering how you do it....freight can be a drain.