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  • 10 quilts

    Posted on June 28th, 2009 Nana No comments

    I finished my 10 quilts for June. we’re getting ready to leave for almost a month so will have to quilt like mad when we get home.  —-Nana

  • We start ’em young!

    Posted on June 14th, 2009 Wrap'em 1 comment

    Yesterday was a busy day in the quilting room!

    Concentrating on getting it just right!

    Concentrating on getting it just right!

    Ethan is just three years old, but he is already helping to quilt Wrap Them in Love quilts! —–Ellen

    All by myself!

    All by myself!

  • Quilting in AR this weekend

    Posted on June 13th, 2009 Frannie No comments

    Hi ladies….I’m hoping to get some donation blocks finished this weekend and maybe get a few tops basted.     Nice to be visiting with ya’ll.

  • Posted on June 13th, 2009 birdiec No comments

    Well, I finally got in to the blog comments part. I am glad to see others are getting ready to sew this weekend for WTIL. I am awake on the east coast and will be starting to sew momentarily. Birdie

  • Quilt all weekend!

    Posted on June 12th, 2009 Wrap'em 8 comments

    Come and join us this weekend and quilt for Wrap’em.   Click on comments for this post and let us know what you are working on and how much you get done.  We’ll be quilting here at Wrap’em headquarters from now thru Sunday.

  • Quilts for May

    Posted on May 31st, 2009 Nana No comments

    I’ve got 13 quilts so far for May.  I have also 3 flannel tops ready to go onto the backing and batting and then quilt.  I also have 2 cotton tops ready to go onto the batting and batting.

    Nana

  • Quilts

    Posted on May 11th, 2009 Wrap'em No comments

    A box arrived in the mail from Shari in Montana.  Shari sent two large snuggly quilts and also some nice fabric that we will be able to use for backs on more quilts!  Thank you so much, Shari!

    We just delivered a load of donations to Rose Bud Reservation in South Dakota.  Besides quilts, there were lots of boxes of clothing, a bed, a large donation of baby formula, some cleaning supplies and lots of other things.  Thank you to everyone for helping us to help the people on the reservation.

    I hope that all of you mothers had a great Mother’s Day yesterday.  It was a beautiful sunny day here.  We had the sheep shearer come and shear the two sheep.  I’m sure that Mama Sheep thought that was a great Mother’s Day gift!  I think that they were happy to take off their thick wool coats in the sun.  In the afternoon I did some quilting and enjoyed the sunshine a bit. ——Ellen

  • Wrap’em Groups

    Posted on May 5th, 2009 Wrap'em 1 comment

    There are several groups either around the country or online that are supporting Wrap Them in Love with your quilts.  Please click on comments to this post and tell everyone about your group.  Where are you located? How did you get started?  How long have you been quilting for Wrap’em? Tell us something about your members.  Do you have any upcoming events planned?  Anything else you can think of to share?

    Notice that we now have three pages here.  There is this home page, an “about” page and a “quilt blocks” page.  I’ll be adding more hints and blocks there.  Eventually, I’d like to add a page about Wrap’em Groups, so I will copy and paste your comments from this post to that page in the future.  You can also email me with any special information that you’d like me to add there. ——-Ellen

  • HI

    Posted on April 29th, 2009 Ilene Hetter No comments

    What a great idea.

  • FYI

    Posted on April 27th, 2009 Wrap'em No comments

    If you want to change your name that appears on your post or comment, you can go to your profile (in the menu on the left) and change the nick name and choose which name you want to appear.  Your log-in name will always remain the same.  Changing the nick name only changes your name as it appears on your posts and comments.

    Ellen