A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

If you’ve ever wondered why we make and give quilts to children throughout the world, look at these pictures. We sent quilts to Sherrie Cole of Free Methodist Haiti Inland Mission for orphanages in Haiti. The children in these pictures are at the Ebenezer Glenn Orphanage in Dessalines, Haiti.

We don’t always get pictures of every delivery because some orphanages don’t allow it, and frankly sometimes the travelers are so excited that they forget to take any pictures. We are thrilled to be able to share these pictures with you.

Thanks to all the piecers and quilters who have helped make our mission a success!

Cheers, Tina

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4 Responses to “A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words”

  1. Sarah Craig Says:

    Fabulous, Tina! It’s so nice to see those happy faces on the quilts!!

  2. katyquilts Says:

    Such beautiful babies!

  3. marg waters Says:

    beautiful quilts with loving thoughts for beautiful children; may they keep hope alive in their hearts. sincerely, m.

  4. Carol E. Says:

    Sweet babies!

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