My donation creation was put into a silent auction to benefit a friend of ours who has esophageal cancer. The silent auction items brought in over $5,000, with my items were partnered with a cutting board and bringing in over $125.00. I was so surprised and honored to be able to raise money for something so worthy. In all, the silent auction, reverse raffle and all the "side board" sales and the dinner raised $19,000.00 for this man and his family. To say the least, he was overwhelmed with all the support, financial and otherwise.
This little quilt only measures about 21 inches square. It's a gift for my oldest granddaughter's teacher who is retiring at the end of this school year. Their school colors are green and white. I'm tickled with how it turned out.
The quilt to the left is a little one (about 20 inches square)...a drag-a-long quilt.
Below and right is the baby size one.
Tomorrow I have lunch with my good friend, Cathy. Then we are going to shop for a bit. I'd like to find a pair of comfy summer shoes. I've been wearing Fit Flops most of the time, and even though they are as comfortable as comfortable goes, I think I need something else.
Wednesday I go to the doctor for my finger. It's healing nicely and the pain is decreasing daily. I'm a little concerned about the range of motion, but it is getting better in the middle knuckle. The top knuckle is still immobilized,