An orphan block was used to make the little Blanket of Love shown below.
Plain fabric in a grid pattern used for the 2nd one.
Both with simple quilting... but still effective I think.
They are both now in the box awaiting delivery.
I received a huge bundle of 13 gorgeous blankets from HeLeN... (no blog)
They are in varying sizes... & each one has a special use in the various hospitals.
All the blankets are so pretty and made with LoVe as shown in the stitching.
THANK YOU so very much Helen... you are an AnGeL.
I received your parcel but unfortunately I am unable to send you an email.
I just wanted you to know all your gorgeous blankets arrived safely...
I will take pics and write a post on this blog when I return.
sent these cute BlanKeTs for this project. Firstly... THANK YOU so very much Illene... from HeRe... at Ret Dairy Queen blog.
I really appreciate you taking the time to make and send these blankets to me.
Secondly... THANK YOU to Jill who regularly sends beautifully handmade Blankets.
All of these blankets have been patiently waiting for me to return home...
Without wonderful ladies like you two...this project wouldn't be as successful as it it.
Four gorgeous blankets arrived here today... all the way from Western Australia.
Maria from here... Life on the Block blog... sent them.
Maria has been a supporter of this project for quite awhile... and is one generous lady!
Of course we all know that Maria is An AnGeL as well...
If anyone is thinking of sending a blanket of love to me...
it may be wise to hold it until I return from holidays.