In the past post I shared the problems on the purchase of my Dream Quilter 15. Thanks to those of you for your suggestions. The shop I bought my mid arm from has finally come to my aid. I was finally able to reach the owner and she was upset as to how this happened. I now have some classes coming up and have received replacement parts and a tech is coming to correct some mistakes that were made in setting up the machine and table. I was also given a 10 percent credit of the purchase amount to put towards any future purchases. I'm thinking software. I think this was an isolated event. They have smoothed some ruffled feathers.
I'm so grateful to give back a small portion of what God has blessed by joining with these ladies at:
Now onto the finished quilts for Hands2Help. I was able to finish two quilts. I questioned the red white and blue one. As I mentioned in the last post it is a vintage top I acquired it at a consignment store and really liked it. I ask several of the ladies in our guild if it was something they would like to receive and they said yes. So I sent it. These are going to Camp Hobe for children with cancer and to Happy Chemo for adults.
I mailed out some pet mats to a no kill shelter in St Louis for displaced pets after the storms they had lately. These people will let you know when and where there is a specific need.
I still have a couple of weeks to make a few more dresses before the missionary leaves. He goes two or three times a year.
We are finally having pretty weather here, hope you are doing the same.
Blessings and Hugs