Friday, May 4, 2012

Bumble Beans Charity

One of my May List items is to finish a quilt for Bumble Beans Charity .  Victoria at Bumble Bean is calling for help to donate 700 quilts to families in need in New York.  What a great idea!  I love to sew and quilt; finding ways to use my talent to help others just makes me feel good.

I love navy and white.  My Kitchen is covered here and there with blue and white.  Sometimes simple is just so elegant!  I love this quilt and the simplicity of it.  I hope that it will make someone smile and feel warm and happy.  Thanks Victoria for giving us a chance to help!!

I also worked on some more aprons!!!   My sister wanted some to give as gifts to some of her friends.    I'd do anything for her!  She wanted the aprons for Lotion bottles (Bath and Body size) not Dish Soap, so I adjusted the size.  They are so fun to make!  I've about got it down pat and then I'll share a tutorial!

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  1. Congrats on the beautiful quilt finish and for crossing something off your list. I added these aprons to my project wish list so I'm looking forward to your tutorial on the mini version!

  2. I love the idea of giving of oneself to help others in need. Your quilts are a work of art.

  3. Excellent job on your Bumble Bean charity quilt and the aprons are sweet!

  4. Wonderful quilt! Those aprons are way too cute.

  5. Those aprons are just way too cute, love them!

  6. Very nice... I like the blue and white together on that quilt. :)

  7. Fun aprons! I LUV the blue/white quilt...I'm a blue and white kind of gal... =)

    Thank YOU sooo much...for stopping by to play Mystery Monday over at Ruby Slipperz. I always feel sad when I go to reply to your comments thru my email. =( 'cause I can't actually reply...your address says "no-repy" blogger.


    1. Really! I've got to figure this out! It's time to bring in the Big Guns. ;) Well, my hubby; he's more tech savy than I. I thought I had fixed it! Thanks Annie!

  8. Oh I love the simple lines of your quilt - it really will stand the test of time and always be fresh and vibrant.

  9. Love the blog! Long live crafts. I've been saving some of Ashley and the boys favorite t-shirts since they were little and aspire to start them each a quilt before winter. You'll have to give me some pointers :) The charity idea is wonderful- you are a very talented and giving person; quilt on.