Some of you might remember that I did a blog post about a group in Ohio that was working to make quilts for a newly opened birthing center in Tanzania. If you missed that post, please read about it HERE.
Well…oh my. So many of you answered their call and send quilt tops to them. Celesta wrote “Here you go with pictures of some of the quilt tops that were donated! I’m sending the large tops first, to try and stay organized. As mentioned previously, we prefer baby quilts, but Paula has said she can use whatever is donated to IHP. Here you go, Finally!”
“The red and green star quilt top was donated by Cindy in Illinois, and tied and bound by our quilters.”
“The scrappy quilt top came from Linda in Florida. She had additional tops, but those are still in process. The official Quilt Inspector, Junie has given her stamp of approval!” See…
“The blue and pink quilt top was sent by Faye in Michigan and was quilted and bound. We have all been so impressed with the colors, and how beautiful, and how much work has gone into all the quilts that have been given for Tanzania.”
“I’m sure they will be used and loved by mothers and babies, halfway around the world!”
The gals in Ohio have been so busy getting quilt tops together to send. This is just a portion of the quilt pictures that have been sent to me. I’ll post another batch next week.
If you have baby sized quilt tops that are languishing in your closet, the gals will likely take your donations. Please read about it HERE. Celesta, the contact person, has her contact info if you follow the link and read that blog post.