Robyn was very generous by donating an amazing 10 blankets to this project.
I will be taking a box over to the John Hunter Childrens Hospital... here in Newcastle... during the next few weeks... so Robyn's blankets will be included.
All the blankets Robyn sent are beautiful and so very colourful. They will be treasured I'm sure.
I recently received notification from one of the hospitals who takes the really small blankets advising that they have enough for the time being. Although I will gratefully accept any sized Blankets of Love... the most common needed size is around 20 inch.
I hope if I have offended anyone by my asking for a specific size... I apologise.
Most hospitals like the larger ones & I try to accommodate their requests when I can.
I let Robyn know her Blankets arrived but it has taken me a week to get the pic's up.
I apologise Robyn... but after all... 'tis the silly season.
Robyn sent 5 tiny blankets... and 4 small blankets. All are sweet little squares of LoVe.
I really appreciate any donations and these little beauties will be mailed off to one of the hospitals early in the new year.
I received these wonderful little Blankets this week... from Jill.
There are 2 different designs... & one of each of them are for a boy & a girl.
Jill is a regular supporter of this project and so I would once again like to say a BiG THANK YOU.
You are an AnGeL, Jill...
from W.A.... Western Australia that is...
Sandra sent 3 little sweeties to the project. You can visit Sandra's blog HeRe.
Aren't they gorgeous little things... xox
And her MuM... Maria from Life on the Block blog...over HeRe... sent these wonderful little treasures.
Both these ladies donate regularly, so not only are they talented but they are generous as well...
Oh and of course AnGeLs too.
It has been remiss of me not to have placed these pic's on this blog before this. Please forgive me Helen but time gets lost sometimes when you are away.
Anyways... Helen generously donated 6 little blankets of love.
Four smaller ones and two of the larger size.
They are now safely tucked into the box that will go off to one of the hospitals.
You are once again an AnGeL Helen... Thank YOU so much... xox