I Quilt, Therefore I Am.
If I don't blog, does that mean I don't have anything to say or show. I haven't been able to motivate myself to post since the finale of 2020's H2H (Hands 2 Help) Challenge hosted by Sarah at Confessions of a Fabric Addict last June. The Hands 2 Help Challenge for 2021 has started and Sarah has posted the lovely prizes that will be awarded to participants. It's not too late to participate, The sign up form and information about the charities requesting quilts and the sizes needed are at Sarah's blog, Confessions of a Fabric Addict. Last year, one hundred seventeen quilters took part in the challenge, With your help, this year, the numbers will be higher.
Like most quilters, I spent a lot of 2020 making masks for our extended family. Unlike many prolific quilters, my quilt production slowed down dramatically. I only pieced one "Fishy" baby top. I'll be quilting it for the Hands 2 Help Challenge.
My creative juices started flowing again at Christmas. A three and a half year old girl at our church needed a present and I was happy to provide it.
I found a sweet baby doll at Target, but the outfit she was dressed in was ugly and poorly made. She deserved better.
First, I made her a dress and some diapers. Next, she needed a place to sleep and a quilt to keep her warm. It was only a week before Christmas and I wasn't able to order a doll bed that would arrive in time. I found a basket and made a mattress, quilt, and pillow so she would be comfy.