Stitchin’ Mission is an interdenominational, community-building ministry, teaching beginner quiltmaking in a faith-filled, encouraging, and fun environment resulting in quilts for missions throughout the world.
Since Stitchin' Mission #19 at St. Mark's Anglican Church in Darling Point (Sydney), Australia - that was two Stitchin' Missions ago! - new and experienced quilters have continued to meet regularly, making more quilts for an early learning care center specifically for children with autism. To reach their goal of 70 quilts, the group held a New Life Workshop to attempt to use up scraps generated during their Stitchin' Mission.
And these are the three New Life Quilts she made.
Bright, kid-friendly colors.
Not a sleeper in the trio!
Didn't Michaela do a lovely job!? We're so proud of you! On behalf of the kids, thank you!