Tuesday, October 23, 2012

For a Special Woman

Sometimes I make a quilt because I can't think of any other way to express what a person means to me.  That is why I made this quilt, "Native Flair".  (Pattern by Sindy Rodenmayer at www.fatcatpatterns.com)

The recipient will be my daughter's doctor, a psychiatrist.  I also made a quilt for her counselor several years ago.  We found these two women after trying ten or twelve others who were not a good fit for us.  They go above and beyond for their patients, giving of themselves until they must be physically and emotionally exhausted.  They deserve comforting quilts!

The recipient of Native Flair takes a great interest in Native American cultures, evidenced by the decor of her office.  We can't wait to give her this quilt--just in time for winter snuggling!

5 comments:

jjthor said...

Really lovely quilt!! I think it is great to give it to her Dr not many people think about that anymore. Its nice to remember those that have helped us or cared for us over the years,
Great Job!!

Sindy said...

As usual, you did a fantastic job! I just love seeing the quilts you make.
Hugs!

Terri - Ossineke, MI said...

What a wonderful quilt and a truly wonderful way to say "thank you" to those who have helped your family. I'm sure the doctor will enjoy the quilt.

Wishing you and yours all the very best that life has to offer.
Terri at the Drake's Nest in Ossineke, MI

Lynn W. said...

It's aa beautiful quilt, Sheryl. The doctor will be thrilled with it. As always, your work is beautiful.

Dar said...

Hi there. I'm on my journey through your blog and am finding all kinds of beautiful eye candy. I really like your Native Flair quilt. I'm sure the doctor loved it too.