This week, I received noticed that Quilt 1 of The 70273 Project has been juried into QuiltCon 2017 in Savannah, GA, so congratulations to us!
Thank you to this week’s Angels for sending financial donations:
Francis Holliday Alford.
Please keep The 70273 Project in mind if you do any end-of-the-year giving. The 70273 Project, Inc. is a 501(c)3, and you will receive a receipt for tax purposes. (I’m sending those out the week after Christmas, and hereby promising faithfully to be more prompt in 2017.) Your donations are greatly appreciated as we gear-up for finishing the blocks in 2017.
And thanks to these people for stitching and sending blocks:
Kay Portness (VA/USA)
Donna Berman (USA)
Nadia Berman (USA)
Shelly Burge (NE/USA)
Linda Kemp (Lower Hutt, New Zealand)
Margaret Williams (GA/USA)
Sandy Martin (Soda Springs, ID)
Kathi Davis Thompson (Soda Springs, ID)
Sharon Berg (Soda Springs ID)
Becky Smith (Montplier, ID)
Gail George (Soda Springs, ID)
Joan Dobbs (Soda Springs, ID)
With the blocks I received in week 44, we now have 6639 blocks, which means we’ve commemorated 6639 people. Give yourselves a hand, y’all!
Thanks for all the drop-dead gorgeous cards, too. You’ve really brightened my daze.
And now, back to our regularly scheduled holiday chaos!
incredible news about the quilt competition — also, the number of blocks is amazing… just 388 more to go and we’ll have completed 10 percent … Merry Christmas everyone, Joyeux Noël à tous, feliz Navidad a todos — hope that covers everyone… looking forward to 2017… <3