Thursday, March 10, 2011

It's not too late to create.

I was just perusing the Craft Forum I'm a member of, and after reading my post below, I'm sure some of you may just be feeling like me at the, not in the fat, bimbo, blobby way, but guilty....whilst I left a few stray healing heart blocks for Khristina to use on the C-R-A-F-T group quilts (she has a heart bank...awww ain't that sweet?) I didn't really do anything for all those gorgeous quilts they made and took up there and personally when I saw Evie's post in the forum, and a subsequent link to her blog for the hearts, I thought I'd post about it here, so if you were wanting to do something for the people of Christchurch, you could...and how much more simpler could it get.....if you're not really skilled enough to make your own, or you're just not craft minded....then you can always send Evie some fabric, and she has ready and willing heart makers waiting to make some up on your behalf.....her mailing address is on the blog, and her target is 400,000 hanging hearts.....let's see if by word of mouth, we can help her over achieve that goal. If you want to join in, you can click on the photo above and it will take you to the Hearts for Christchurch blog. Happy hearting.


  1. I haven't read all the posts on the forum today, but I'll see if I can make a heart or two this weekend.

  2. Hi there, I guess the swap is over now. I sent something to everyone, so hopeyou got yours from me. I received from two people. Could you let me know what's happening. Thanks.

  3. Hi Naomi,
    I'm just checking the entry requirements for my blog giveaway and I see you are a follower and you've added me to your blog roll - thanks! Bug I'm not seeing any post with a link to the giveaway. In fact, I'm not seeing any blog posts more recent than the beginning of my giveaway. 8) Am I missing something?

    Leave me another comment to let me know where the link is and I'll give you the extra chances to win. 8)

    Susan in Texas

  4. 400,000 was a little tongue in cheek! That is the population of Christchurch and it would be spectacular if everyone got one! However when I started I was making hearts myself to send, then I spoke it out loud and now I am the temporary carer of the most amazing hearts from all over the world. I really apprciate the spreading of the word and the making of hearts.
    Heartfelt thanks.
    Evie Harris
    New Zealand


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