I set up our little sewing shop at Mom's dining room table. I sew and Mom turns the straps inside out. I brought Toby along to visit Mom. He jumped up on her lap to help her. See him in the background of the first picture.
We completed 16 bags. I had to bring home 6 more to finish, as she needed at least 22.
You can hang them on a door knob or you can hang it on a hook. This is where I hang mine.
Our friend Kathy took our picture. Gabby and Toby wanted to be in the picture, so I picked them up.
But Gabby just wanted to kiss my Mom...
I kissed her too!
Thursday I am going to my Mom's again, as we are going to the Open House for new Rainbow Hospice facility in Jefferson County. Hospice took care of my Dad years ago.
Mom and I make and donate comfort pillows and have been doing that for about 15 years. Recently we made urine bag covers too. We also made and donated a Passage quilt for them in the spring of this year. Every year I make a quilt for the Fireside to raffle for Relay for Life. This year they chose to raffle it for Rainbow Hospice. I am looking forward to seeing the new hospice facility.
Thanks again for all the positive thoughts and prayers...
Freshly Pieced: WIP Work in Progress - Oct. 12, 2011