Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Sharing fabric for a good cause


I currently work with some remarkable people in the field of education. One of them - Sylvia - is also one of my best friends and quilting buddies! And she has come up with a fantastic way to help out a woman who is teaching quilting to the next generation.


Sylvia has posted a request on her blog Seams Sew Simple for extra fabrics from our stashes to be shared with a teacher on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in western South Dakota. Marion Running Horse teaches quilting (among other family and consumer science courses) to students in her school and relies on donated fabric for the quilt projects.
Please go to Sylvia's blog for more information on what is needed and where to mail it. I know that I have quite a few fat quarters and other yardage that really could use a better home - where it will get used more quickly. And Marion's students deserve to quilt using good quality and pretty fabric.

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