Sunday, November 8, 2009

Fort Hood Quilt

At last a finish for the Charming Girls Club...and way before the end of the month.
This quilt is going to one of the injured at the terrible tragedy at Fort Hood. Cherri asked for finished quilts to be given to the injured and survivors of the Fort Hood rampage. She has gotten 15 commitments of the 31 requested...but lots more will be needed to give out. So if you have a finished quilt or can make one...PLEASE go to her site and let her know, she will give you the address to send to her son, who is stationed at Fort Hood, and they will be distributed from there. Here is her blog ..............
There's a little story about this quilt...several years ago my daughter, Tina, who lives in a residence in upstate New York (with 13 other women) was promised a spot in a 3 bed house in Westchester. She was absolutely GUARANTEED this spot. But somehow lines were crossed and it wound up that she didn't get it...not only that but they said they never offered it to her in the first place...not to make a long story out of this...I started this quilt to give to one of the other women as a housewarming...was going to make all 3 of them special quilts (including Tina). But when all this happened it was put aside. I decided to finish it for the Charming Girls project 2 months ago...but because I'm not fond of it, due of the bad memories, the quilting has gone VERY SLOWLY. So when this call came for quilts I quickly got it finished to donate. And now I can finally say IT'S DONE and it is going to someone who could use a little something special right now!


  1. Dear Anita,

    Thank you so much for parting with this beautiful quilt - I especially love the label!

    May God bless you for your kindness,


  2. That is a beautiful quilt, it's sure to bring warmth (more ways than one) to whom ever gets it.

  3. Surely, someone will find comfort wrapped in that quilt.

  4. Very pretty, Anita! And, what a Sweetie you are to donate it to such a good cause. Very Sweet!


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