Monday, April 7, 2008

Love Squared.

Hi Everybody....
Seems we are really in the "Pink" these days.

This post is dedicated to all who have experienced breast cancer or knows someone that has.
It is a dreadful disease and the journey continues to find new ways and means to raise money to try to stamp it out.

I personally am involved in making quilts for "The Quilt" held in Stratford ,Ontario, Canada each November. The quilts are auctions off and all money goes for breast Cancer Research. Anyone can be a part of this and quilts come from all corners of the world. It feels good to be a part of a worthy cause.

When Monica Magnus came along with the "Pink Square" project I couldn't wait to jump in.
Monica, you are to be congratulated on this magnigicent doll. I realize it is as you put it "Our Doll" but your expertise has certainly shone here. I love her and I can't wait to see her in the spotlight completing her journey. One lucky person will eventually own this beauty when it is auctioned off on EBay...... but only after she has her day in the sun in the ART DOLL QUARTERLY......Oh the excitement of it all.. I'm sure everyone who made a contribution is as happy as I am to have been a part of it all. Thanks Monica, You are a doll yourself and I love your creative abilities. You are truly and inspiration and I thank you from the bottom of my heart.
To see everything about this project please take time to visit"Love Squared" on Monica's blog

Ho Hum....... I wonder what will happen to-morrow!!


girl_gone_thread_wild said...

What a great post! You should be applauding yourself for all the expressive PINK art you have been making. I think I'm dreaming in pink these days?

I'm definitely in doll mode! that's for sure.

Thanks for the generous post, we couldn't have done it without your participation...those squares are still singing but they'llhave to wait until my break is over before I'll start stitching those just yet. SPRING has SPRUNG and it's fine by me. :) ~Monica

blumoon said...

That is such a precious design!

Jackie said...

Wow, what a lovely doll and what a great post.

A good friend of mine was just diagnosed with breast cancer. I hope they caught it in time.

Cindibee said...

That doll really did come out quite beautiful. I also had the privilege of making a square for her wonderful skirt.