My SIL and a group from her church do missionary service in Alaska every summer. Among other services they do, they take Vacation Bible School to a remote native village. The logistics involved in this endeavor are amazing. They've been going to the same village for more than 20 years.
After their stay in their usual village, my SIL will travel to another even more remote village in Northern Alaska for her friend's wedding. She has watched this friend grow up since the age of 3, go to college in the Lower 48, and establish a home of her own. SIL thinks of her friend like a niece, and she wanted to give her a quilt, and I'm happy to oblige.
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How noble of your sil and of you! Beautiful work as usual!ReplyDelete
That is a very high loft batting, indeed. I bet that the quilt is very snuggly from it, though, and will be a treasured wedding gift. Congratulations on having it done in plenty of time!ReplyDelete
Congrats on a beautiful finish!ReplyDelete
visiting from crazy mum quilts. How fantastic that it is a quilt you have made for Charity. I am sure your SIL will enjoy giving it to someone. I too posted this week about a charity quilt I made for an orphanage in KenyaReplyDelete
The high loft will probably be cherished a lot in Alaska :) Very kind of you to sew this wedding gift.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful gift!ReplyDelete