Thank you so much for following along our last two posts with the giveaways and the tutorial for Quilt Blocks. The genesis of the Quilt Blocks is quite a lengthy story, so I'll just say that they were inspired by my artistic-genius-of-an-eldest-daughter, Elyse, and created by my friend, Tracy. I must give credit where it is due, after all, and I forgot to mention that in my last post.
Speaking of Tracy... (and when am I not? Ha!)... she has put together this GORGEOUS Christmas quilt and is offering it as an incentive for a fundraiser we're participating in. She used mainly the Kate Spain line, "In From the Cold," along with a few other fabulous fabrics.
Isn't it just so lovely?!
|Back of the quilt|
It's a generous throw size quilt. I'm so sorry I don't have the actual dimensions, but really - plenty of room to cuddle up with a loved one (or two or three if they're of the pint-sized variety) on a chilly, winter's eve.
Here are some close-ups of some of the blocks.
Mugs of hot cocoa, mittens, and snowflakes - so much wintry fun!
Want to know the best part? The tickets are only $5! Can you believe that this quilt might be yours for only $5?!
Here are the details:
Tracy's son, Elijah, has life-threatening food allergies. (And my own son, Henry, was just recently diagnosed with a life-threatening nut allergy, as well.) So this Saturday, Charlotte and our family is joining their team, "Elijah's Epi-Friends" at the FARE Walk in Cary, North Carolina. We're walking for allergy research and education.
|Isn't he one of the most handsome little dudes you've ever seen?!|
Our team goal is $1,000 and we're not too far away. Won't you consider even a small donation? For every $5, you will get one raffle ticket entered in this sweet bin, and for $25 you get six tickets! What a deal!
To find our team page and
*Edit: the raffle has ended (I won! in fact - can you believe it?!) but you are still welcome to donate in support of Allergy Research and Education.
Do it now before you forget....
(Elijah, his sister, Betsy, and Charlotte play such silly games together!)
(Linking up to Quilt Story, Needle and Thread Thursday, and Crazy Mom Quilts.)