LOADS of requests – are under way
including SIXTY THREE new ones just this week and,
thanks to ladies making quilts in preparation for Christmas mailing,
a good number of this week’s requests have already made it in to the mail!
FIFTY SEVEN quilts and NINETY ONE laundry bags in the mail this week!
WELL DONE EVERYONE!
Forgive me if I have made any mistakes with the pics or the names tonight – I am blaming technical glitches – but in reality I have had to come up with a new method of keep track of everything. I get loads of emails updating me but they don’t always include all the info I need so if I get interrupted and need to check back I have to scroll to find a number of emails and re-read the email trail to make sure I have the story right.
Can you please include the FULL name of the recipient in the subject line of every email relating to them and please don’t forget to email me to confirm that you have actually posted your parcels off.
Now – there are so many quilts this week that I really can not write something personal for each of them so I have decided that I am just going to list each photo with the name of the maker/s and occasionally I will make a comment if needed.
This is one of our BOM quilts using blocks from the Month of May. I have been saving it for a special recipient and this week I was given one. Hope he likes it.
Chris’ group with donated fabrics
Chris’ group with donated fabrics
Welcome to AHQ Claire.
Claire sewed five laundry bags for her husband and his mates.
This is the back of the above.
The next ten quilts were made by the
Fabric Happiness Fairies from Melbourne.
They are awesome quilts! Thanks ladies.
And thanks for the lovely card you sent me too Deborah!
and her double sided quilt in case you missed it earlier in the week!
Made by me, Jan-Maree,
for the Sick Bay on HMAS ANZAC.
combined effort Jan-Maree and Judith
Kathy from Duntroon.
Thanks also for the little parcel of remnants and goodies Kristy. Much appreciated.
Sue and Aileen
Tess M from NSW
note the beer stein quilting pattern LOL!
Tess M from SA
Another new Aussie Hero friend who has made a laundry bag for her husband and tells me she is ready to go with more!
Marg sent this link to me and I thought some of you might be interested in using it so I thought I would pass the info on seeing as it is in honour of Remembrance Day.
This is from ancestry.com
FIND YOUR FAMILY HERO
Check it out here if you are interested.
And just to finish off a little bit of thank you desert.
Hello Julie Ann,
Just wanted to say a massive thank you to you, I received my quilt and laundry bag in the mail the other day and am absolutely in love with them!
The style is completely me and I have been using my quilt at night as it is too warm for my normal doona but cool enough to have something comfy wrapped around me.
(Plus its much easier to make my bed in the morning!) I really do appreciate the time you have put in to make me, someone you’ve never met, something I will now treasure for a very long time. It really means a lot that people think of us all the way out here and that you would make me something so special to keep from this time away
Sea life has been good to me, I miss home but the months have gone quick and the best thing is I don’t get sea sick anymore!
Once again thank you and I hope you have a wonderful Aussie summer ahead of you, we get back in January so we will get to enjoy a little bit of it as well.
Till next time………….keep spreading the word and happy stitching!