Yesterday March 21 was World Down Syndrome Day, so this seems like the right time to ask a favor. My cousin is the director of MARC, Monroe Assoc. for Remarkable Citizens here in the Keys. They run two group homes, teach life skills, vocational skills and are pretty much amazing. A local bank is having a vote for your favorite charity fundraiser, could you take two seconds to vote for them? Three clicks is all it takes and they don't ask for any of your info.
Go here: www.keystosaving.org
at the bottom of the page is #3 Vote for your favorite charity
Click that, vote for MARC then hit vote, that's it.
Thank you so much, they do so much good and with the economy and budget cuts it's been a constant struggle, every cent counts.
Here's a link to their web page if you're interested:
Now the questions, I've been asked to make a T-shirt quilt, does anyone have tips for me? What kind of stabilizer is the best for them? I'm a little worried that the picture on the shirt may melt when ironed, so is there a light, low heat stabilizer I should find? And last, what's the best way to quilt it? I was thinking just stitch in the ditch, but the shirts may be big and will that work? So basically, HELP.
The pictures are just because....there must be pictures :)
These are scrap quilts I've been working on trying to use up the ever growing pile of strings.