The 100 Good Wishes quilts are DONE! Actually, they’ve been done for a month or so, but it’s taken me this long to get pictures taken and up on the blog. They look wonderful! All the collecting and cutting and well, that’s about all I did. I had the quilts made by the MIL of a great friend of mine. She did a fantastic job and I am SO happy to have them for my sweet babies 🙂 Sophie absolutely LOVES hers, as I am sure you can tell from the pictures 🙂 In fact, she was sure to tell Isabelle that “YOU didn’t have one… but I do!” Actually, Isabelle does have one, but it’s put up (far, far up) so Isabelle doesn’t ruin it before she understands the importance of it.
Jude isn’t quite grasping all the work that went into his yet either, but I know he will. I have managed to organize the wishes into a small photo album for each of the kids, so if you gave me a square, but haven’t written out your wish yet, now is your chance to do it!
A huge “THANK YOU” to everyone who took the time to pick out a special square for each of these beautiful quilts. I am so thrilled to have such a loving reminder of all of those who are wishing our children well from near and far. And thank YOU, Sandy, for doing an amazing job!
If you are interested in having Sandy make a quilt for you, let me know and I’ll pass your info onto her. She was able to make my quilts in less than a month after I sent her the squares, the backing and the batting. I have used Karri in the past, but I don’t think she’s making quilts anymore, or so I’ve heard. So here’s an unashamed plug for Sandy! She does great work (I’m even happier with these than I was with the one Karri did) and her pricing is very comparable to Karri’s if not a bit cheaper… always a plus when one is draining their savings on an adoption, right? 😉