Wednesday, January 16, 2008

A Mellow Yellow Day

Every year in January my quilt group"Mellow Yellows" take a trip to Stratford Ontario Canada To deliver a quilt. Our quilt is a donation to "The Quilt", an auction with all the proceeds going for breast cancer research . We plan a time when we can all be to-gether and work on the quilt . It usually takes 3 or 4 get to-gethers to finish the project..It's something we take on with love and hope. The day to-gether is special and we deliver the quilt and then spend the rest of the day having lunch and shopping.I thought you might like to see this years donation. We chose a masculine palette the last couple of years, which has proved successful. Last years quilt brought in $1500.00.. we were soooo Happy.
We are left to right. Heather Stewart(quilt teacher) Karen Cole(Long Arm Quilting Business) Maggie Robinson....(.ME!! Fibre/doll artist and Beader who just had cataract surgery last week)and Carol McLean(International quilt teacher.
We have been doing this project for I think 7 years and enjoyed every minute.BTW two seated are young enough to be my daughters..... Now shouldn't I be the one sitting!! hee hee


Grace said...

Maggie... that quilt is GORGEOUS!!! I hope it brings big money at the auction!

Maggie R said...

Hi Grace,
Thanks for dropping by...
So happy you like our quilt.Just trying to make a difference!! We do what we can in this crazy old world eh?!
Thanks again Grace.


blumoon said...

That's a beauty ... best of luck for bringing in a good dollar for the cause!

Debbi Baker said...

What a fabulous generous commitment - and what a great quilt! Hope the surgery went well and that you don't have to wait too long to be "back at it"!! PS It must have been cold - everybody in the photo is very well rugged up - I noticed as we are in middle of a hot summer - it is 39 degrees (Celcius) here at the moment.

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Hey, Maggie, Love the quilt you all made, very smart to gear it towards men. You look very elegant Maggie with your lovely scarf and sunglasses. You could pass as a movie star. vbg Hugs Judy

Karen H. said...

Good Afternoon Maggie,
Oh the quilt is beautiful. I do hope it will bring alot of money. I applaud you and your quilting friends for doing this and raising money for Breast Cancer Research. That is so nice of yall to do that. I do believe you look like a Movie Star there. "THANK YOU" for sharing the beautiful quilt with us. Yall did a great job on it. Take care my friend and have a great day. May God Bless You and Yours.

Karen H.
"THANK YOU" for the comments the other day and prayers for me and my Family. I appreciate them very much my friend.

Jackie said...

Maggie, your quilt for donation is just beautiful. I love the colours.

tammy said...

hi miss magpie
gorgeous quilt!!!!
wonderful endevor:) but i do wish there was no need for it...
you look smashing dahling in your sun glasses-careful the paparazzi don't find you :)

Christina said...

Now that's a quilt that is going to raise a tidy sum and quite rightly too - not only is it in very pleasing colours, but a terrific pattern too.

Maggie R said...

Hi Gals....
Thanks so much for the positive feedback on our latest donation quilt. We were very happy the way it turned out and of course it gives one the "Warm and Fuzzy" feeling to be doing something so worthwhile..