Friday, November 11, 2016

Charity Quilting

I spent some time working on some more charity quilts for Annapolis Quilts for Kids.
Whenever I drop off quilts with Quilts for Kids I pick up a couple kits. Working with local quilting charities is a great way to get started with quilting or just to practice the skills you already have. They can offer pre-cut kits and introduce you to quilters at all levels of quilting.
I like to know that I'm able to give back to my local community while doing something I love.

Megan at The Bitchy Stitcher recently wrote an excellent article on how no one should compare themselves to others. It was a great read and I highly recommend both her humorous stories and her more serious pieces. She is creative, and funny, and just plain awesome!

2016 Charity Quilt Count: 44

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