Detail from "Rain Dance," an original quilt by Sherrie Spangler

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Comfort Quilt Day



Has it really been a whole week since I blogged!? I'm slipping. I haven't been doing a lot of new sewing lately, but this past week was Comfort Quilt day so I'm showing some of the colorful results of that productive day.

We meet once a month at the Quilt Revolution shop in Gig Harbor to work on lap quilts for breast cancer patients. A cozy quilt can take the chill off of those chemo treatments.


 





The four-patch is made up of Hawaiian prints. The blue and white half-square triangles below also remind me of the ocean and waves.


Speaking of waves, here was the activity last weekend behind our house. We don't have "real" waves but we do get a lot of boat wakes that make for more interesting kayaking.



Have a colorful day

4 comments:

ellen gets crafty said...

Hi Sherrie - I was in Port Townsend this past week and I though of you when we drove by Gig Harbor. We were on a tight schedule but I wish we could have stopped for a visit. It was so beautiful and green!!

Judy Sall Fiber Art said...

Love the comfort quilts... beautiful and very cozy looking!

Robbie said...

How nice!! And nice to have a 'day out' working with others...love the kayak! Woo hoo!

Julia DesertSpring said...

Can't believe I haven't seen this post until now! Could you email me the rest of the photos from last Sunday?