So my neighbour is going through a difficult time. Her husband is having serious kidney problems and he now needs dialysis three times a week. They are trying to find a kidney donor to save his life.
When they find one, there will be a lot of expenses involved. Thankfully in Canada, most of the medical expenses are covered, but it will mean time off work for both the donor and recipient, so they want to be able to help a donor with those kinds of costs. They are having a fundraising event, so I donated a quilt to the fundraiser. The quilting is simple straight lines with a walking foot, but it turned out exactly the way I imagined. I will probably have to do another one of these. When my ten year old daughter saw it, she said, “Why is it a heart? Why not a kidney?”
I’m finally finishing my last pojagi panel for my studio windows. These pieces have been cut out for a long time, but I haven’t gotten around to finishing it. I have panels in red, orange, yellow, green and blue, so purple finishes up the rainbow. I’m experimenting with alternate ways to do pojagi by machine, so there might be some more tutorials in the future.
Have a good week.