Sandi, from A Legacy of Stitches, is working on a very special project called, Emma's Hope. Emma is a little girl who has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, and Sandi has offered to make a quilt, with the help of her quilting/blogging friends, which will be auctioned off to raise funds for Emma's medical bills.
If you haven't yet met Sandi, I urge you to stop by her blog for a visit. This lady has a heart of gold and loves to do nice things for people, so I'm not at all surprised that she has undertaken this project, and I'm happy to join in the effort. Here are the blocks I made yesterday, for Emma's Hope. The picture came out sort of dark, but the darker blocks are actually navy blue:
The pattern is Cathy's Campfire, courtesy of The Quilter's Cache, and they are 6-1/2" blocks. I really look forward to seeing the finished quilt, and I hope my blocks will fit right in. If you're interested in helping out by making a block or two, just click on the Emma's Hope link above, or in the sidebar at the right, for size and color needs.
I'm off to mail these blocks to Sandi now, and sending with them my heartfelt prayers for little Emma and her family. God bless!