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Sunflowers Wheelchair Quilt

Handmade Baby Quilt Comfort Comes to Wheelchair Users

“Let’s end the cliche of the boring plaid blanket that has been used by those in wheelchairs for so many years,” says The Baby Quilt Lady, from her Florida-based sewing room. “The time has come for wheelchair occupants to assert their individuality with one-of-kind designs created exclusively for them.” Herr Unique Baby Quilt Boutique business …

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Baby Quilts – Saluting all Veterans

Thank you to all those servicemen and women, veterans or active today and their families, for your dedication and service to our country. Read this blog, about one of your own young men and his family…

Handmade Baby Quilt Tale – Home From Iraq

Handmade Baby Quilt Tale – Home From Iraq
Thanksgiving is upon us, and Veteran’s Day a step behind, we all take a minute to reflect on what we have to be thankful for and how many individual sacrifices it has taken down through the decades, to secure the opportunities we all share, to sit together with our families and enjoy a dinner together in freedom.

Thank you to all those servicemen and women, veterans or active today and their families, for your dedication and service to our country. Read this blog, about one of your own young men and his family…

Grandmothers and the Baby Quilt

If I could change the world:

Cuddle would be a term reserved not just for the very young, but those of all ages.

To have a very special someone take time and put their arms around you makes the wrongs and hardships of the world go away. That is what our mothers and grandmothers do when they cuddle us in their arms. Those protective hugs make the night seem less scary, the fear of the dark turn into light of day, and the spooky figures in our closets become nothing more than real-life lessons to be dealt with each day. To hold and be held, to cuddle and be cuddled, and to be that person, who changes the world, we call them a Grandmother.

Baby Crib Quilt Tale via Iraq

A new baby on the way, an anxious mother is in labor; the nervous father sits and waits for news on his long-awaited child. This is a familiar tale told each day in hundreds of hospitals around the world by millions of families and their respective doctors.
Quilts tell also many stories. Only this one will tell a different tale. This story has a new baby on the way and a mother giving birth, though there is no father with her by her side.

Supporting our Troops with Quilts

With 4th of July around the corner, many people are taking time out of their busy lives to honor those courageous men and women who have given of the themselves, and many with their lives, to give us freedom, that ALL enjoy in the United States. We take time to think of family and friends, past and present , who have marched on into battle and defended my right to write this blog now. This and many other freedoms must never be taken for granted. Those of us not in uniform MUST take time to do our share and ALWAYS say “Thank you’ to our troops.

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