I started these socks--got only this far....
However, tomorrow is quilt dedication Sunday at church, so when the Victory Quilters met today, we spread out the quilts for tomorrow's dedication.
Our quilt ministry began to make prayer quilts for people with cancer. It has expanded to include church members and people we know who are facing other serious health challenges too.
So many beautiful quilts, so many hours of prayers, and much anticipated healing.
Clarification: Almost all these quilts have been made by four of us. Occasionally someone takes a quilt kit, assembles it, and gives it back to us. Two or three other ladies take them and sew down the backside of the binding. Because they are not distributed until they are blessed in a church service, and because we don't hold a blessing service until the stack of bless quilts is getting low or until we are running low in an area of potential need (this time we were running out of quilts for children, and we rarely have children with a need), we do not have a quilt blessing every month. We just keep making quilts and praying and are always surprised to see so many quilts when we do the dedication service. I think we each make more than we realize we make--so the dedication service is an important opportunity to see the new group.