Here's what the email said:
Hi, Jan! My name is [MW] and my family has a small breast cancer foundation in Utah. I just picked up your amazing quilt from Emily Bailey a few minutes ago – all I can say is WOW! It is just gorgeous and will be going to a young Mom in Utah who has just had a recurrence of her breast cancer. She is raising 3 boys, taking care of her elderly mother, and is divorced from a very abusive man. I know that your work of textile art will bring her a lot of peace and comfort as she gets ready to battle the beast for the second time. You are an angel for spending all of the time, energy, money and creativity to donate this piece. I just wanted you to know how much it is appreciated and will be loved by someone going through a terrible time right now. Thank you! – Love, [MW], The Christi Anderson Rack Pack Foundation
And my reply:
The Have Faith block was designed by Jaime Janow Elfert of L'Fair Quilts for charity use. The blocks were made by the members of Sew Bee It. I created the layout with sashing and finished the quilt. Unfortunately the girls in the bee didn't get to see the finished quilt because of no meetings since February. But I do want to thank Jaime for the inspiration and the girls in the bee for making blocks. This quilt was destined from the get-go to be a donation quilt. I'm glad it can help bring a little comfort to someone going through a rough time.