Friday, January 22, 2010

A finish for January

Well, here it is again, time to get ready for Camp Erin (grief counciling camp for kids). Each child gets welcomed to the camp with a brand new quilt on their bed and at the end of camp the quilt goes home with the child as a reminder that someone cares. A very good friend of mine collects the quilts and distributes them to the camp and every year I try to contribute a few quilts to help them meet their goal of 100. The green camping fabric in this quilt was given to me a couple of years ago by that friend as an "ugly" fabric challenge and this will be the 2nd quilt that has sprung from it. Hopefully some little boy will think it is not ugly at all and claim it as his own.

3 comments:

Candace said...

Doesn't look like "ugly" fabric at all now, it's a great quilt, and I'll bet will be well loved.

Rita E said...

Beautiful! I agree: does not look like ugly fabric at all. I know the lucky child to receive it will love it.

Katie said...

That's a great looking quilt! :-)