Thanks to Cousin Jean, we have produced another “Sweet Shenna” Quilt. These quilts have very special meaning to me! I lost my mother at age 12 to breast cancer. She was only 36. With all the scraps from our skirts, we create wonderful quilts that are given to charities and special friends of Sweet Spot Skirts. Here is the link to that blog: http://sweetspotskirts.blogspot.com/2011/12/sweet-spot-scrappy-quilts.html
We save the pink scraps for our “Sweet Shenna” lap quilts and pillows. My mother’s name was Sharon and my father nick-named her “Shenna.” Our first Sweet Shenna quilt went to a wonderful woman, Ursula Medanich, who had just gone through a double mastectomy (and might I add she has completely recovered and is cancer free!!!). Sweet Shenna #2 was donated to Doernbechers Children’s Hospital fund raiser. Sweet Shenna #3 was lovingly given to Sharon who is currently battling the ugly disease of cancer. Our hope is that during her battle and healing, she finds hope and comfort with our gift!
Sweet Shenna #4 is here and we are looking for a recipient! If you know of someone battling this horrible disease, please send the story with info and address to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Thank you for your continued support and purchases! The more we sell the more scraps we have and the more lives we can comfort.