I made and donated one quilt the first year. Actually, I was pretty proud of it. It's the multi-colored one in the middle.
I'm not too good at remembering to take pictures of my quilts, so this picture came from Facebook.
The next year, I was really on a roll and donated 8 quilts. I knew that there would be a prize for the guild that donated the most quilts, so I put some muscle into it. Tuesday, I received a call to say that one of my quilts was in the twelve quilts selected for a popular vote. The three quilts that receive the most votes would win very nice prizes for their donors. I nearly passed out from joy! Just to have my quilt selected was such an honor!
More stolen pictures here.
Here's where you come in: If you were to go to this site and vote for this quilt, I might just have a chance of winning.
While you are there, look around for information on how you can help patients with ALS, too.
Don't forget to vote!
I have ten more quilts in the queue for donation in October. Lots of binding to finish up. I hope my quilts are blessings to their new owners. They have been blessings to me.
Linking up to TGIFF, Crazy Mom Quilts and My Quilt Infatuation