Monday, April 11, 2011

Hearts and Hands for Sendai Block Completed

My block is now ready to send
to Leslie.

I stitched the block with the tree
being the main focal point.
It is an old tree that has
withstood the test of time
and the elements.
The tree blooms again
with a renewed strength.

The vine and heart
represent the many people
around the world holding
the people of Japan
in their hearts.

It is not too late for you
to complete a block,
for one of the many quilts
being made to benefit the
people of Japan.

For more details visit

Love to all,
Deb


14 comments:

Rebecca said...

Your block is more than beautiful my friend. Truly lovely! Thanks for sharing with us all!

Love to you~

Rebecca

ramsam said...

The detail is so lovely- good work!

BubzRugz said...

Just georgeous... and special...
Hugz

Eileen Bergen said...

you did a beautiful job, Debbie. I love all the layers and overlapping shapes. A feast for the eyes - and hands too if I could just reach in and touch it.

Kim B said...

What a beautiful block and meaning!! Have a wonderful day, Kim

PeggyR said...

Oh I love what you did!

Jillayne said...

It's lovely Deb! Your explanation of the different elements you incorporated adds another dimension - truly wonderful!

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

It's beautiful,Debbie and so very special!!!
Thanks for sharing.
Have a lovely day my friend.
Hugs,
Marie

Dorthe said...

Dearest Deb- a beautiful piece,-and the sentiments behind are so lovely.
Have a wonderful day, dear.
Hugs Dorthe

Francien said...

Hey Deb...here i am already and what a wonderful blog you have...be off to look at your other posts too..what a awesome block you have made here...greetings Francien.

Createology said...

Your block is not only beautiful and a work of labor it is also truly heartwarming to know the thought and love you stitched into this piece for Japan.

DeeDee said...

Wowsers Deb.... this is so beautiful... you have done some mightly fine work on this. I am sure they will be so happy to recieve this gift... :D

Mya said...

Your quilted block is a tapestry of care. The symbolic stitching expresses so many feelings of all but shows how big your heart is.

Fun With This and That said...

Your work is so nice. I hope I can get to some cq. I pick up some things in portland to use.

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