I have one of my two almost ready (just needs binding) to be dropped off for Syrian refugees coming to Canada, who are making a new home in the Windsor area.
As you may recall, Brady spent the Mother's Day weekend with us, all by himself. Bittersweet, because of what was happening back in Alberta... He was about as willing a quilt holder as his grandpa!
My other quilt will once again be going to the Windsor Sexual Assault Centre, specified for a child. I also plan to make a top for Victoria's Quilts Canada. These will happen once I am back home. I have had to make an unexpected and heartbreaking trip out to Alberta because of the sudden passing of my mum, who loved my blog, was so proud of me, and loved my quilts. She loved quilts, period, but especially cherished mine. How I will miss forwarding her blog posts, and photos, Instagram posts, etc, of some of my readers and some of those I follow that I know she would love. Here are two of the big ones I made her (there are multiple smaller ones) and the two she requested I make a couple of years ago, for her brother and sister-in-law, who she now joins in the afterlife. There we are, a proud new nana (me) and nanny (her) of 1-day-old Brady.
Here is an update of the finished quilt:
Confessions of a Fabric Addict
Dizzy Quilter for the Q2FAL