This was an idea started out of LoVe....

but unfortunately continues out of NeeD....

Can you HeLp ?

Friday, August 8, 2014


Another Box of different sized blankets went to Canberra Hospital last week.
My SIL delivered them for me & said that they were gratefully accepted.
It's NiCe to know we are all making a difference isn't it.

Hugs Cheryll xoxo

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

One Chosen

A friend of DD2 recently lost a both DD2 and I thought it was appropriate to choose a Blanket of Love for her. DD2 picked out this "boy" blanket.
We both hope it brings some comfort to both parents.
Hugs Cheryll xox

Thursday, July 24, 2014

MoRe LoVe

This time from Sue P from HERE...
Isn't Sue's generosity OVeRWHeLminG...

Sue recently attended a retreat & instead of spending some quality ME time Sue sent her time making these wonderful blankets for others.
You are an AnGeL Sue...

Monday, June 9, 2014

BeinG DeLiVereD

to the Canberra Hospital by my SIL in June.
As this is a L-O-N-G weekend my bro & SIL were here I randomly choose 15 blankets (of varying sizes) to be taken back so they can go to the hospital this month.
Perhaps YOU can see your donation in the pic.
Thanks go to ALL the ladies who generously donate to this project.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

LiTTLe TreaSuRe

A gorgeous little blanket arrived this morning... from a new-to-me generous lady. Her name is Karen & I'm unaware if she has a blog... or how she found me... but let me say a huge THANK YOU. Your blanket is very much appreciated Karen & will go to the John Hunter Regional Hospital.
You are my newest AnGeL.

Hugs Cheryll

Thursday, May 29, 2014

For The BoYs

Jo B from HERE... sent along 5 blankets for boys...
Because of the wording on them, these ones they will probably be used for the "long stay" babies in intensive/critical care... as they are perhaps not suitable for families who have lost a baby. Nevertheless they will be put to good use in an area where LoVe is definitely still needed.
All the blankets are beautifully made with the neatest quilting on them.

THANK YOU Jo... once again for being a very generous and thoughtful person.